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57N endlinks

November 4 2017 at 6:36 PM
Diego  (Login dmiagro)
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Hi to alll. I have a 7835 with 57N endlinks. What surprises me about the endlinks is that they are very similar to those for Daytonas. The endlink is not one piece like a normal 57 endlink but instead it is two separate pieces like the 71 endlink. Can anyone shed some light? Thanks in advance.

 
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Robbe1675
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never seen 57N's but maybe they were made for a very small period

November 5 2017, 12:12 PM 

like the 71N.
What puzzles me a bit is that a 7835 is a bracelet that would normally have ends with 3 digits, like 257 or 357.
If the 57N's are legit I would have thought they were for a 7205 or 6635...
Pics would really help...

 
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Diego
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Pictures - All in one link

November 8 2017, 5:10 AM 

http://s717.photobucket.com/user/RelojesML/library/19mm%20intermediate%2057N

 
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Robbe1675
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Have never seen those before, but they look good...

November 8 2017, 11:35 AM 

They look like 71N's with the right characteristics, so I would say that they have a very good chance on being real.

 
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Diego
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Thanks Robbe

November 8 2017, 5:51 PM 

It looked good to me as well but it was strange that I could not find anything on the internet. This is the second time this has happened with a Rolex item. I have a box that came with a watch sold in the late 50’s which I have not been able to find any other one like it on the internet. Thanks again for your insight.

 
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