Dating a rolex tudor watch
The TUDOR Royal seen here is a ladies’ watch in 9 ct gold. The dial is silvery white with gold Arabic numeral appliques.The barrel-shaped mechanical movement is one of the brand’s smallest, calibre 343, which measures 13 mm wide, 15.55 mm long and 3.60 mm thick. Derived from the Peseux calibre 342, it has no seconds hand and is equipped with a shock absorber system. The flexible articulated snake chain bracelet is in 9 ct gold. From 1969 onwards, with the principles of a classic aesthetic established beyond doubt and the brand’s production moving increasingly towards robust and technical products, the rose disappeared from the logo in favour of the shield – a symbol of solidity and unfailing reliability.Tudor watches have become more popular today than they ever have been. While attempting to learn more about their Tudor watch, many collectors or owners have been at a loss, or researched fruitlessly to try to find how their Tudor fits into the Rolex/Tudor production process. H30xxxx Remarks : - (*) is the estimated figures - MN info not included - O serial not included Serial Number B410855 Sold new January 14, 1992 by Ginza LTD International Bazaar, Freeport, Bahamas Series 79090 Tudor Submariner Blue Cal 2824/2 ETA movement with quickset date and hacking feature, 25 jewels.Refinement and the art of feminine seduction are part of TUDOR’s stylistic history.We already have some information and links in our Reference Library, and some good work has been started by several. We hope to collate all the information eventually into one central area or board.
Rolex engraved case back [Original Oyster Case By Rolex Geneva]. Dial reads: Tudor Oysterdate Automatic-Chrono Time TSwiss Made T Hands: Stainless steel w/ tritium Current owner: Dan Pierce Purchased: Ebay Oct 2007 Location: Miami, Fla Great idea - hope this helps a little - Serial Number - 8758* (please provide at least the first 4 digits and the number of total digits) - Quarter/Year - Only if documented (case back imprints, Tudor service statements, original papers, etc.) Do not speculate on the date...if positively known - exact date not known until it's serviced shortly - Model Name/number Submariner 76100 - Movement - calibre, serial #, jewel content, rotor description, hack/non-hack ETA2824-1 25 jewel, date, hacking - Case/Bracelet - metal type, description of: bezel, winding crown, case back imprints, case dimension in millimeters excluding crown, type and model # of bracelet, end link numbers, case back inscriptions SS case and bracelet, rotating bezel with faded insert. Approx 39.5mm (full size), Original folded link 9315t bracelet with 380B end links. - Dial/Hands - color of dial, description of: hour markers, metal and style of hands, spell out lettering on the dial, location of luminous dots if any, any unique characteristics if original dial and hands Blue Gloss enamel dial, Flat Tritium markers, Original tritium hands with unique "lollipop" non mercedes hour hand, Dial printing TUDOR PRINCE OYSTERDATE 200M=660FT SUBMARINER T-SWISS-T - Notes - your name or identifier as the contributor of the information, any corroborating data such as actual dates from paperwork, original retail store names, original sales invoice, Tudor papers, history of the watch, etc. Owner - Darren (F1000) no paperwork but due a service shortly which will hopefully confirm more information. 34mm Stainless Steel Oyster case with twinlock Rolex signed crown. Case/Model Number: 9071/4 Serial Number: 7178** Dial: Degraded Blue Californian (Rolex description on service papers) Gloss with Roman/Arabic luminous markers, signed Tudor Prince Oyster Date, Rotor Self-Winding, Swiss. Tudor Chronograph Black dial with indices (no numbers) Reference: 79280P Year: 2006 Serial: H634*** Movement: Valjoux/Eta 7750 Bracelet: 78500 Dial details: Black dial with white/silver subdials. Tudor logo to the left of cyclops on the dial with Tudor and Prince Date underneath. Outer box, inner box, Tudor certificate with Tudor wallet and original bracelet protective stickers kept inside.
another tudor 7016-0 from 4th quarter of 68' serial number is:741192 type II case so we can safely say that the tudor 7016-0 changed from a type I case with semi-pointed crown guards to the type II case with the more rounded crown guards we know today in 1968..somewhere between the first and fourth quarter.. Automatic Chrono Time written above bottom subdual.
SS Case and Oyster bracelet Blue friction fit bidirectional diving bezel.