1960s Tudor Submariner 7928 CaseJune 27 2012 at 10:28 AM
|Andrew Chan (Login sac1013)|
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Hi everyone! I have a question in regard of tudor case. I noticed that some 7928 cases do not have "STAINLESS STEEL" at 6o'clock position but the serial numbers are there. However, there are also some 7928 cases do have "STAINLESS STEEL" printed on the buttom of cases. At 12o' clock position, I found that only "7928" were printed in all cases that I examined and, unlike Rolex cases, there are no "ORG. ROLEX DESIGN" printed. I am just wondering whether the above-mentioned is normal, or should I say correct. Hope some Tudor experts can help. Many thanks for your kind attention!
|June 27 2012, 9:53 PM |
Relating to my previous message, I am wrong that for old oyster case, the "REGISTERED DESIGN" should be printed at the 12o'clock position, instead of "ORG. ROLEX DESIGN". Any Tudor/Rolex experts can help? Your reply will be much appreciated!
|June 28 2012, 10:27 AM |
but better if you can post up photos between the lugs so others can chime in too
Re: 1960s Tudor Submariner 7928 Case
|June 28 2012, 11:29 PM |
my 1966 7928 doesnt have the stainless steel engraving and doesnt appear to ever had, ive found other examples on the net from the same period without also?
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