Gmt Master 1675 “Pepsi” matching numbers mint

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Model: , , ,

Year of issue: 1971

Reference number: 1675

Serial number: 3106xxx

Condition: mint

Status: sold

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Price in EUR €: n/a

Watch details

Full steel, black matte "Swiss T < 25" dial, patina hands and indexes, blue and red "Pepsi" bezel, date, red GMT hand, jubile bracelet, endlinks (55), folding clasp 6251 H (1971), backcase (1971), serial : 3106xxx (1971), automatic certified chronometer movement (COSC), 1570 caliber.


Antoine Rauis


The GMT-Master was developed to meet the specific needs of airline pilots. It became the official watch of several airlines, among them the famous Pan American World Airways, better known as Pan Am. Its most distinguishing visual feature was the two-tone bezel which marked daytime from nighttime hours.


As intercontinental travel developed in the 1950s, airliners began to fly swiftly across several successive time zones. For the first time it became important to know the time in various places in the world, simultaneously. It was the dawn of the jet age, and Rolex responded with a watch to match the spirit of the times.