I found the same dial on the Vintage Rolex Forum website. Even the applied Rolex. I'm not sure what that means but thought it was interesting.
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Last edited by jimdon5822; February 26th, 2017 at 05:38.
It's always very helpful to find other examples. You should spend some time carefully comparing the fonts and word-alignment. With respect to fonts, you should look at serifs (or their absence) in letters like "T", "A", and "Y", the length and placement of "legs" in letters like "E" and "R". Also look at letters like "S", "C", and "U" for rounding vs. flattening of the curves at top and bottom. You shouldn't expect perfect duplication, but the basic shapes of the letters are generally pretty consistent for the same version of a dial.
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