I posted this on TRF and got a bunch of blank stares, so we'll try again here.
This is a 14060 T-Serial ('1996). The dial has a unique spider pattern. I haven't had much luck in my research. I did manage to find a Reddit sales listing for a T-Serial that also had the same patina (it was definitely a different watch). In the Reddit comments, another user claimed to also have a T-Serial with the same effect but did not provide a photo to prove it. I don't consider this to be a traditional "spider" dial since those are typically found in much older watches.
I know the picture is not great but it was the best I could do to capture the patina. You can only see it at a certain angle. It's definitely not a fingerprint.
Here's a straight-on photo of the same watch. Dial looks normal and correct under most lighting conditions.
My assumption is that it is an authentic dial that has a manufacturing flaw and was produced only in 1996. Likely only a small number of these would have been made otherwise I would have found other examples online. Any sent to Rolex for service would have had their dials replaced. It is a very subtle effect and very difficult to see. Some owners may have them and not even noticed.
If you have a T-serial 14060 with an original dial, please study it closely and let me know if you see the same effect.