Up for grabs is an exceptional example of a Rolex GMT-Master with a glossy gilt dial, circa 1966 (1.4m serial). This example is the last gilt dial Rolex produced before transitioning to the matte dial in/around 1967. This Rolex GMT-Master is in very nice vintage condition. The case has been polished in the past, but shows thick and even lugs, with sharp and attractive beveled edges. The dial is beautiful – super glossy, with a mirror like finish, and minimal wear visible under a loupe. The original tritium lume is present on both dial and hands, aged to a golden yellow color. The original and period-correct “Pepsi” bezel insert is in fantastic condition, aged to a nice pink color, with a very attractive and even fade. Further, the watch comes equipped on a Rolex C&I stretch-rivet bracelet, dated to 1966, and has 11 full links with no stretch.