Rolex GMT Master II with box and papers, year of manufacture 1996, with the extremely rare Serti dial.
Yes, from 1996
The Pilot's Watch
The Rolex GMT Master was developed in collaboration with Pan American Airways, as in the 1940s and 50s, the flight distances were getting bigger and the pilots had to travel through multiple time zones. Pilots used the extra pointer to display the Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) on the Lynette, which led to the name Rolex GMT Master. Although Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) was replaced by Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) in the aviation industry in 1972, the term GMT is still known and used in the name of the GMT Master.
Shine at the highest level
Rolex uses only 18ct gold, a noble alloy of 75% pure gold and other elements such as silver and copper to produce yellow, white and the exclusive rose gold alloy - Everose gold. The exact composition of the alloys remains a Rolex trade secret, guaranteeing exceptional durability and unique shine.
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