|Case Material||Stainless Steel|
|Bracelet Material||Stainless Steel|
|Accessories||Original Papers and Booklet|
Due to the extraordinary success of the Rolex Sports models in the 1950s, the world’s largest airline, Pan Am, commissioned Rolex to design a watch that would allow their pilots to keep track of time in two different locations. As a result the reference 6542 was first introduced by Rolex featuring the iconic bakelite bezel. Soon afterwards in 1959 Rolex released reference 1675 where they substituted the original bakelite bezel with a steel bezel in order to make the watch more robust. Reference 1675 had an enormous success and remained in production until 1980. This present watch is a very fine example of a Rolex 1675 in stainless steel with a very nice stainless steel Rolex Oyster bracelet. Accompanied by its original papers and booklets stating its sale the 17th of June 1971.
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