Always fun to see how many in the military would adore they watches with a local bracelet. Vietnam War era and were popular with USN personnel. This one is done is similar fashion but not an actual Vietnam era original.
Before the 7928, came the 7924. Not a 6200, but ei! What a cool one. The 8mm Rolex Brevet crown and the red triangle in the insert are pure magnetism. The gilt fonts and chapter ring give so much presence to the dial. Not to mention the thick case and ple
Again with this magic reference. Here, the cherry on the cake is in the case back. What a charming engravings; Lieutenant O.A. Hill from Boatswain’s mates and Seamen. Let’s mention the original super dome crystal, the long 5 insert, the underline and... t
Considering the 7928 a very special reference itself, we can talk about cherry on the cake when they have military provenance, or when they are PCG, SCG, even gilt dial ones, underlined... The options are wide, what makes from this model a very cool topic
I have to share with you that most information I have been reading in the net is full of conjectures and more "urban legends" than true and confirmed history. To beggin with: nobody could explain with an official military confirmation, the meaning of the
Here we are in the extremely rare Tudor Submariners. I posted an early Square Guards from IV 1959 some time ago: Here is the Eagle Beak, from IV 1959, too, in the serial number 305 3xx. While the Square Guards are in the 305 1xx range. Obviously it had a
To answer some questions, here are some more information and thoughts on the watch. I have made the trade with a very good collector friend of mine. He has got my beloved Tudor Submariner 7928 which is one the very few pieces with square crown guards. So