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Old 15 January 2020, 12:46 AM   #1
Dr Newnham
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Rolex GMT Pepsi 1675 identify and value?

Hi fellow watch lovers,

I came across a Rolex gmt 1675 full set with all box and papers. As a watch newbie Iím not certain whether the parts looks right for this watch? Also it seems like it has been polished and replacement crown and hands were done. How much would you value this watch to be at? Please help.
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Old 15 January 2020, 01:31 AM   #2
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Insert is a replacement as well. I would want to understand that service invoice a bit better. The hands do not look new, so what exactly was done. Were they re-lumed to color match the dial? Also, there is a line that says "Non Rolex", what does that refer to? It seems that the left side of the invoice is cropped out of the photo. The photos don't show the condition of the case well enough for it to be evaluated. Serial number would be needed to verify that the dial is correct and original, is it 3,06x,xxx? You also need to check that the papers are legit and correct for that watch. Anyway, as you can see, much more information would be needed for us to give any sort of reasonable valuation.

As a lower limit, I have seen 1675s with all service parts and no B&P sell for $8k. I'm not giving that as a valuation, just saying it is worth at least that much, probably quite a bit more if the dial is correct for the watch.
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Old 15 January 2020, 03:42 AM   #3
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There is no way the "set" and accessories can be evaluated without clear and complete photos of the set. Many sets are cobbled together with incomplete or incorrect accessories, boxes booklets, etc.

As far as the watch goes, the Mark II dial looks correct for a 3 million case. The insert is a service or much later insert.

More photos are needed before evaluating the case and watch - to include the lugs, serial and model numbers, case back etc. (Clear and complete watch photos.)
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Old 16 January 2020, 10:08 AM   #4
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I love it when people come here asking for advice and opinions and leave without a follow up or expression of thanks.
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