Please help identify my vintage watches

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    Please help identify my vintage watches

    I have 2 vintage watches. One of the watches is a Tudor that a watch service center said was 1950's but I have been unable to find information this exact style. It has Tudor on the front with a flower at the 12 mark, under Tudor it reads: "Prince Oysterdate". At the bottom it reads: "Rotor Self-Winding. On the screw down crown it has the Rolex crown mark. The case is 33mm. On the rear screw case it reads: "Original Oyster Case By Rolex Geneva" with the Rolex crown mark. The watch keeps the time perfectly.

    The second watch is an Eberhard & Co. Extra Fort Chronograph. On the screw down crown it has an "E" crown mark. The case is 39mm. On the rear screw case it reads: "Eberhard & Co" with the numbers "14007-180 999". The watch reads "Swiss Made" at the bottom of the dial. It appears that the watch case is 18k gold (750 marking). The watch keeps the time perfectly and the chronograph functions also perfectly. The watch is wound up manually with the crown.



    Any info on age, history etc. would be greatly appreciated.



    Thank you

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    Re: Please help identify my vintage watches

    They look great. Both are common watches and you have already identified them accurately. For the Tudor, the model reference number will be between the lugs at 12 o'clock and the serial number will be between the lugs at 6 o'clock. You can use that information, and Google, to find out most anything you'd want to know.
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    Re: Please help identify my vintage watches

    Quote Originally Posted by badbackdan View Post
    They look great. Both are common watches and you have already identified them accurately. For the Tudor, the model reference number will be between the lugs at 12 o'clock and the serial number will be between the lugs at 6 o'clock. You can use that information, and Google, to find out most anything you'd want to know.
    Hi Dan. Thank you very much for the suggestions, much appreciated.

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