With this dial, this Sub should be a 5512 with a cal. 1570 movement and...June 11 2012 at 2:52 PM
tomvox1 (Login tomvox1)
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Response to Depends on S/N ..
...serial # between approximately 2.4 million and 4 million.
It may also originally have the inner back stamped with a date/quarter stamp between "I.70" and "IV.72"--but if it is from 73 or 74, there won't be an inner caseback date/quarter stamp.
You must, must, MUST have the watchmaker take the bracelet off to check between the lugs for the reference # (between the top lugs) and the serial # (between the bottom lugs) if we are to provide you with any sort of enlightened opinion.
Good luck & hope you get back to us,
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