Up for grabs is a lovely example of the popular “Fat Lady” Rolex GMT-Master II, Ref. 16760, circa 1985. These watches were upgraded by Rolex from the Cal. 3035, with a new, thicker movement, the Cal. 3085, giving the case a slightly thicker profile, hence the nickname the “Fat Lady”. This reference was also the first GMT-Master II reference for Rolex, and the first GMT reference to use a sapphire crystal, and also the first GMT to allow the wearer to set the hour hand independent of the GMT hand.
This GMT-Master II is in excellent condition. The case appears unpolished and sharp, with beautifully beveled edges; if it was ever polished, it was certainly done lightly. The dial is in great condition, with no major flaws. The original tritium lume is still present on both dial, aged to a nice creamy yellow patina.
The watch comes equipped on a Rolex 93150 oyster bracelet, with 501 endlinks. The bracelet has 11 full links and minimal stretch.
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