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I do not know, but I would assume...

April 10 2017 at 8:40 AM
ramone  (Login ramone83)
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Response to 1601 and 16013 were made along side of each other?

... that it's simply a matter of using up whatever is left of the 'old' cases, movements, dials etc., while starting to produce the very first 'new' ones. From a business standpoint, this seems like a logical way to make for a seamless transition. Also, I would consider the overlap in serial numbers that you mention to be quite small (a few weeks at the most?). So I find this a more logical explanation than Rolex applying the serial numbers at random. happy.gif


    
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