No. The "5370" does. The "1T" is just an addition to specify a variation of the model.
Rado used 5-digit references(12345) up to 1972 and then 8-digit references(123.4567.8) up to now.
1968, ASUAG took over Rado and they began to use cases being produced in Hongkong for some models for the Fareast market as Conway, Companion, King Diamond, N19, Starfire, Silver Star. These wear 4-digit numbers, often with an additional code like yours.
4-digit and 3-digit references were also used for ladies´ models before 1972.
Excellent thanx Mike!
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