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Fixed lugs

December 11 2011 at 4:11 PM
  (Login Stasi0437)
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Hi, I have a vintage Rolex Model number between lugs is 6098, the serial number starts 916. I believe from earlier post that it might be an early prototype Explorer. However I have now discovered that it also has fixed lugs. Is this normal for this type of watch and would it decrease it's value ? I would appreciate any advice. Many thanks Anthony.

 
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It doesn't by any chance......

December 11 2011, 4:14 PM 

have a circled T on the dial or some numbers on the back like HS10 CD ..... does it ?

Haywood Milton

 
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Re: It doesn't by any chance......

December 11 2011, 4:19 PM 

No there is no "T" or any numbers on the bubble back

 
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