*Unpolished* 1986 Rolex Two-Tone GMT-Master (Ref. 16753)
The Rolex GMT is the jet-setting icon of the Rolex sports watch family. Like the Rolex Submariner, the Rolex GMT is sophisticated, rugged, and versatile. In 1954 Pan Am started using the newly designed Boeing 707 which allowed for Pan Am to fly transcontinentally and is said to have started the commercially available jet age. In the same year, Rolex received a request from Pan Am to create a technical pilot's watch which indicated two time zones simultaneously that could be issued by the airline to their crews on long-haul transcontinental international flights.
|Material||SS/ 18K YG|
|Dial||Glossy Black YG Surrounds|
|Strap||Rolex 62523H.18 Two-Tone Jubilee Bracelet w/ 450 End Pieces|
The superb case is believed to remain unpolished as the factory finishing remains crisp with pronounced chamfers and honest signs of light use. The 18k yellow gold bezel is in excellent condition as well and retains its shape. The original bezel insert has faded to an obvious and handsome blue coloration and shows light signs of use. The original Rolex 62523H 18 two-tone Jubilee bracelet with 450 end pieces retains 21 links that show some stretch from use, which is common for two-tone Jubilees from this era.
None. The watch is keeping time and functioning perfectly, previous service history is unknown.