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ROLEX. AN ATTRACTIVE 18K GOLD AUTOMATIC DUAL TIME WRISTWATCH WITH SWEEP CENTRE SECONDS, DATE AND BRACELET
ROLEX. AN ATTRACTIVE 18K GOLD AUTOMATIC DUAL TIME WRISTWATCH WITH SWEEP CENTRE SECONDS, DATE AND BRACELET
ROLEX. AN ATTRACTIVE 18K GOLD AUTOMATIC DUAL TIME WRISTWATCH WITH SWEEP CENTRE SECONDS, DATE AND BRACELET
ROLEX. AN ATTRACTIVE 18K GOLD AUTOMATIC DUAL TIME WRISTWATCH WITH SWEEP CENTRE SECONDS, DATE AND BRACELET
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ROLEX. AN ATTRACTIVE 18K GOLD AUTOMATIC DUAL TIME WRISTWATCH WITH SWEEP CENTRE SECONDS, DATE AND BRACELET

SIGNED ROLEX, GMT MASTER MODEL, REF. 1675, CASE NO. 2'869'899, CIRCA 1971

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ROLEX. AN ATTRACTIVE 18K GOLD AUTOMATIC DUAL TIME WRISTWATCH WITH SWEEP CENTRE SECONDS, DATE AND BRACELET
SIGNED ROLEX, GMT MASTER MODEL, REF. 1675, CASE NO. 2'869'899, CIRCA 1971
Movement: Cal. 1570, automatic
Dial: Brown
Case: 40 mm. diam
With: 18 gold Rolex rivet bracelet and deployant clasp stamped 7206, end links stamped 76, overall length approximately 180 mm.
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This lot is subject to standard Swiss VAT rules and 7.7% VAT will be charged on the ‘hammer’ and the ‘buyer’s premium’

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Lot Essay

Consigned by a private collector, the present timepiece is a superb and particularly charismatic representative of the reference 1675.
Stunningly attractive, the bezel has faded to a most attractive light brown colour which further enhances the appeal of this watch.

The harmony of the brown 'nipple' dial and bezel with the gold case enhances the appeal of this model. Furthermore, The case has preserved strong proportions, with clear hallmarks underneath the lugs and crisp milling to the case back.

Reference 1675
Following the success of the original GMT-Master reference 6542 in 1954, Rolex introduced reference 1675 only five years later. It remained in production until 1980.

The yellow gold version of reference 1675 originally came without crown guards, which were only introduced in 1967 to match their stainless steel counterparts. Thereafter the reference was also available in stainless steel.

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