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MN tudor submariner opinions

December 17 2009 at 10:53 PM
christian  (Login poormans)
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have this one in the vault and was checking it over
looks all correct whit only nato/strap wear around the springbars also all parts looks matching

not the best scans im afraid

cheers
christian

if the caseback engraving pic is not ok, please remove
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Morgan
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Hmm....

December 17 2009, 11:20 PM 

Without decom papers or supporting documentation it's impossible to know. The watch appears to have some backside lug damage, i can't see if thats from a bracelet or not, but usually thats considered a giveaway. Thousands of tudor snowflakes were sold in the civilian market with that dial/hand/case combo, so the fact that it's a snowflake does not help it.

Sincerely,

Morgan

 
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jatucka (roberto)
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M.N. 76

December 18 2009, 12:28 AM 




honestly speacking, the font looks OK for me .....

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cheers from Italy.

 
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christian
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i looked at many fonts/engravings when i got it...

December 18 2009, 4:25 AM 

i will get it out of the bank after the hollidays and mail the serial to a few that offerd to help

hopefully its rigth,

cheers
christian

 
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mike
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hhmmm also

December 18 2009, 12:13 AM 

just a novice question, but did the M.N numbers not align with the crown ?


cheers
mike

 
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jatucka (roberto)
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align with the Crown ?

December 18 2009, 12:32 AM 




why they should ?


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cheers from Italy.

 
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*Philip*
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No they should not align but still,

December 18 2009, 12:46 AM 

buying MN without decom papers is hazardous (Rebec might not agree)
but to me papers are mandatory.

 
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mike
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as i said novice

December 18 2009, 1:32 AM 

as i said novice question and you have answered it admirably thank you


regards
mike

 
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*Philip*
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Mike here are some more Tudor Marine National (real sleeper IMHO)

December 18 2009, 1:56 AM 

shame on me I dont give these watches enough wrist time :
(again, my advice is to buy a MN with decompapers (I can discuss that matter
via PM if anyone wants) or have it verified before buying by someone pocessing copies
of the MN records (as copies are circulating).

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mike
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thanks phillip

December 18 2009, 3:06 AM 

very interesting photos , thanks for posting, i really like tudors, have a couple already just not issued ones.

regards

mike

 
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babar
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Pics

December 18 2009, 3:21 AM 

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Faz
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One question Phillip..Are all the MN Tudors exempt of the date feature?

December 18 2009, 7:36 AM 

Were there any Tudor MN 7021/0 and 9411/0 issued ?

Cheers,


 
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*Philip*
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Never say never but

December 18 2009, 8:20 AM 

personally I never saw a MN with decom papers
having the date feature. MOD was not rich at the
time so no date, no bracelet. (exceptions might
exist?? but I never saw any.)

 
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Faz
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Thanks Phillip..nt

December 18 2009, 8:26 AM 


 
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Bernhard
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also '76

December 18 2009, 5:07 AM 

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and '74


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Steve.C
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Another MN 74

December 18 2009, 5:29 AM 

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jatucka (roberto)
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Paper or not Paper ....

December 18 2009, 9:06 AM 




........ for me the watch is OK


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cheers.

 
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Guillaume
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Never say the watch is ok when you know

December 18 2009, 9:22 AM 

that just caseback have been sold in France. Here was mine from 1980 and it wasn't a real MN
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*Philip*
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Sorry Roberto but obviously you are not aware of the MN problem! nt

December 18 2009, 9:23 AM 

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jatucka (roberto)
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"Sorry Roberto but obviously you are not aware of the MN problem!"

December 18 2009, 10:10 AM 




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cheers from Italy.

 
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