|Condition: (What's This?)||Vintage|
|Model Name/Number:||GMT Master 1675|
|Serial/Year:||1,4XX,XXX - 1966|
|Movement:||Automatic 1570 movement w/ date, acrylic crystal, waterproof screw-down crown|
|Case:||Excellent case that has just been polished and shows some light wear from use. Watch comes with an even and heavily faded “Pepsi” bezel insert. Caseback is stamped II. 66. Reference and serial numbers are clearly visible between the lugs.|
|Dial:||Good glossy gilt dial with markers that have aged to a creamy yellow patina. The hands have aged darker than the markers but are original. The top clear coat is cracking from age.|
|Bracelet:||Very good USA Jubilee bracelet with 20 links. Bracelet shows average stretch for its age.|
|Box & Papers:||Bob's presentation box, Certificate of Authenticity, and warranty card|
|Comments:||This Rolex GMT 1675 comes w/ Bob's 3-day satisfaction guarantee and one year warranty
By Paul Altieri
Rolex collectors prize those watches made with glossy dials and "gilt" or gold writing, such as found on this GMT-Master reference 1675. It was made in the last group of GMT-Master watches with these glossy dials and has an original bezel insert that has faded to a beautiful coloration.
*All Pre-Owned Rolex watches are guaranteed to be 100% genuine and certified authentic. All watches are shipped to fit the average size wrist (7 1/4" - 7 1/2" for men and 6 1/4" - 6 1/2" for women). Additional links can be purchased if needed.
FOUND WHAT I HAD BEEN SEARCHING FOR. WATCH IS BEAUTIFUL AND WORKING ACCURATELY. A NICE PLACE TO GET A VINTAGE ROLEX, CAN SHOP WITH CONFIDENCE.
The whole transaction process with Bob's is always top notch. The vintage watch was functioning as expected, the case is relatively strong with minimal polishing, and the dial is a beautiful service dial as expected.
I really like this beautiful 1675 with fuchsia bezel.
Quick e-mail responses, systematic
I have worn this watch everyday for 47 years, had it cleaned every 8 or so years, had the bezel replaced with the new one back in the 80s. Paid $400 in Switzerland in 1970. This is the greatest lifetime deal ever!!