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Rolex GMT-Master Ref. 1675


Vintage Rolex 40mm GMT-Master, Black Dial, Green NATO Strap, Ref. 1675

This GMT-Master reference 1675 has an overall attractive appearance, due in large part to its aged tritium lume and solid black bezel. The black tritium dial and hands are original to the watch, and feature attractive aged manila colored lume. From circa 1967 to 1968, the watch is the head only, and is paired with a new green NATO strap. Powered by the self winding 1575 caliber movement, which offers a power reserve of xx hours. The acrylic crystal is in excellent condition with no scratches or marks. The 40mm stainless steel case features the Rolex ‘twinlock’ crown with the Rolex coronet underlined, as expected for this vintage.

This vintage watch shows scratches and marks on the stainless steel case, as expected for a watch that was worn. The rounded crown guards are also in very nice condition. Overall, this GMT Master 1675 is an attractive watch with a patina that only comes with time and nature.

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Additional information

Band Color


Band Material


Band Type

Strap, NATO


Rotating, Bi-directional

Box and Papers

No Box | No Papers





Case Material

Stainless Steel

Case Size





Date, GMT/World Time


Screw Down

Crystal Material


Dial Color





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Item ID0005765
Model #1675
Model NameGMT-Master
Year Producedca. 1967 - 1968
Serial Number1XXXXXX


Rolex is recognized throughout the world not only as a brand associated with luxury, but as a watch that is both luxurious and precise.  For Rolex, this hard-won and well-deserved recognition was never in doubt.  The founder, Hans Wilsdorf named the company Rolex to be pronounceable in any language, as he anticipated the acclaim his company would receive due to relentless pursuit of precision and accuracy in a wristwatch.  Soon after its founding, Rolex produced the first wristwatch to receive the Swiss Certificate of Chronometric Precision, which was followed rapidly by receipt of a certificate of precision from the Kew Observatory in Great Britain.  From those roots Rolex built a legacy of innovation.  The Oyster watch was the first waterproof and dustproof wristwatch in 1926, followed by the first self-winding Perpetual rotor.  Building once again on innovation, the Datejust became the first self-winding wrist chronometer to include a date in a window on the dial.  Adventurous women and men who strive to make history have chosen Rolex for their expedition, which both perpetuates the brand’s claim to precision and dependability as well as attests to its veracity.  Hans Wilsdorf may have anticipated the acclaim Rolex would someday achieve, but even he might have been impressed with its success.