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Triploc Rolex Oyster screw down crown and chrono pushers. Tudor fliplock clasp engraved with watch case number.
Bidirectional rotating bezel [no spring] w/ 1 thru 12 black bezel insert. Bracelet: Reference # 78360, 20mm Rolex Oyster bracelet w/ Tudor clasp. Dial: [last version] glossy black w/ white subs at 6 [hours], 9 [seconds], and 12 [minutes]. Caseback marked ORIGINAL OYSTER CASE BY ROLEX GENEVA.
SS Case and Oyster bracelet Blue friction fit bidirectional diving bezel.
Blue dial with circular Tritium indices at 1 2 4 5 7 8 10 11 Triangular Tritium indices at 12 6 9 Date window at 3 with cyclops Acrylic crystal Mercedes hour hand Dial reads: TUDOR PRINCE OYSTERDATE 200m660ft SUBMARINER Serial Number B410855 Sold new January 14, 1992 by Ginza LTD International Bazaar, Freeport, Bahamas Series 79090 Tudor Submariner Blue Cal 2824/2 ETA movement with quickset date and hacking feature, 25 jewels.
Fixed black tachymeter bezel Silver dial with black subdials at 6 (hours 1-12), 9 (continuous seconds) and 12 (minutes 1-30). Date of manufacture unknown Date of original sale: 12/20/1996 Kimballs Jlrs, Knoxville, TN. The two tone version is ; Serial =9838** Date =I don't know, any help appreciated. Purchased =ebay 2007 The Silver Version is ; Serial =9849** Date =Again, i don't know, any help? Purchased =ebay 2008 1: Tudor Big Block, ref # 79180 with seriel # B57495XX With Tudor 78400 fliplock bracelet (stamped U5) and 605 end links 2: Tudor "Jumbo" Date Day, ref # 7017 with serial # 6823XX With Tudor 7836 bracelet and 382 end links (letherstrap on picture) Serial Number: 6835XX Tudor Date Day Reference Number 7020 Movement: Calibre 1895 Nonhacking Automatic Case: 38mm Stainless Steel Oyster case with screw down case back engraved Original Oyster Case by Rolex Geneva 40mm rotating bezel marked in 5 minute increments with grips at 12 and 6. Dial is marked: TUDOR OYSTER PRINCE DATE DAY ROTOR SELF-WINDING SWISS Riveted USA Oyster bracelet with Rolex clasp.
Engraved caseback "Original Oyster Case by Rolex Geneva" Triplock Rolex screw down crown and screw lock chrono pushers. Dial marked; Tudor Oysterdate Automatic-Chrono Time T Swiss Made T Raised hour markers with Tritium dots. Bracelet: 78360 Oyster with Tudor clasp and 589 end links. The serial on that one is 571348 (it's the one in the picture below). Dial/Hands =Champagne Gold Dial, Yellow Gold Hands.
I will update the database and share with all of us from time to time ...... t=52882 Larry, I want to contribute w/ my Tudor info. dp Serial # -6851XX Tudor Oyster Prince Date Day, reference#: 7020/0 Production run: 1970 - 1979 Movement: Rolex modified ETA 13 3/4 Line, caliber 1895, non hacking, non quickset, automatic.
Owner - Darren (F1000) no paperwork but due a service shortly which will hopefully confirm more information. 34mm Stainless Steel Oyster case with twinlock Rolex signed crown. Case/Model Number: 9071/4 Serial Number: 7178** Dial: Degraded Blue Californian (Rolex description on service papers) Gloss with Roman/Arabic luminous markers, signed Tudor Prince Oyster Date, Rotor Self-Winding, Swiss. The inside of the case back is inscribed with the notation “Made For Rolex”. Produced from 1969 onwards, the Oyster Prince Date Day is one of the largest TUDOR watches in the Prince line.The example of reference 7017/0 shown here has a 37.5 mm steel case. On the outside, the case back is engraved “Original Oyster Case by Rolex Geneva”. The rotor is signed “TUDOR AUTO-PRINCE SWISS MADE”. Tudor Chronograph Black dial with indices (no numbers) Reference: 79280P Year: 2006 Serial: H634*** Movement: Valjoux/Eta 7750 Bracelet: 78500 Dial details: Black dial with white/silver subdials. Tudor logo to the left of cyclops on the dial with Tudor and Prince Date underneath. Outer box, inner box, Tudor certificate with Tudor wallet and original bracelet protective stickers kept inside. another tudor 7016-0 from 4th quarter of 68' serial number is:741192 type II case so we can safely say that the tudor 7016-0 changed from a type I case with semi-pointed crown guards to the type II case with the more rounded crown guards we know today in 1968..somewhere between the first and fourth quarter.. Automatic Chrono Time written above bottom subdual.