This GMT Master is indeed a legend of the jet age. The original GMT-Master, designed in 1954, was a collaboration with Pan Am Airways. The watch was issued to their crews on long-haul flights.In the subsequent years the GMT Master was embraced by other airline pilots as their on-board navigation chronometer. Easily the most iconic dual time-zone watch out there, the GMT features an arrow-tipped second hour hand which indicates alternate time via the 24 hour, graduated bezel. This example is presented in steel and 18kt yellow gold, The stainless steel and 18kt yellow gold Jubilee bracelet gives a nod to the elegant side of the watch. The 40mm stainless steel and 18kt yellow gold case features a striking black dial and bezel combination. The reference number,16753 belongs to the third generation of the GMT-Master, which were produced between 1981 and 1988. This example has a production year of 1988 and, with each passing day is becoming more of a collectors watch. The raised acrylic crystal, pin holes on the lugs and classic style clasp help to make this watch easily recognizable as a vintage timepiece, worthy of a second or even third glance. Adding to the appeal of this watch are the original box and papers. The perfect way to navigate a connected world with vintage style.