Not many people know what a "no date" GMT is so we will explain. IN the mid 80s, this transitional 16750 had a very short run of black glossy with white gold surround dials where instead of "Oyster Perpetual Date", Rolex had left off the date and it reads only "Oyster Perpetual". its not because it doesn't have a date function because it clearly does. In any event we start out with a rare format of 16750 and we will just say that the example pictured here is has the finest dial and hands combo we have ever seen. The case also appears to be a little worn however never professionally polished. The bracelet is original as is the insert. The movement is running perfectly and the watch comes with all its original accessories incl box, papers, hang tags, original receipts, rolex service docs. This is a collector set and it will probably not be seen again.