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    vintage Tudor Sub's?

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    Re: Where can read up on...

    Hi -

    Just got back online after playing with getting a new router to work...

    Hard to say, as we're not that specialized on Rolex and its subbrands here. Might I recommend asking on the Rolex forum, as they will be infinitely more knowledgeable than I will probably ever be...

    Sorry I can't help more!

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    Re: Where can read up on...

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnF View Post
    Hi -

    Just got back online after playing with getting a new router to work...

    Hard to say, as we're not that specialized on Rolex and its subbrands here. Might I recommend asking on the Rolex forum, as they will be infinitely more knowledgeable than I will probably ever be...

    Sorry I can't help more!

    JohnF
    Thanks John! I had to pass Not enough $$$$

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    Re: Where can read up on...

    There isn´t that much:

    The only "sources" I have found are:

    "Wirstwatches" by Gisbert L. Brunner and Christian Pfeiffer-Belli, Könemann editors, ISBN 3-8290.0660-8. Only one page dedicated to Tudor watches.

    "Wristwatches" by Kahlert/Mühe/Brunner, 1500 watches with price guide, Callwey editors, ISBN: 3-7667-1241-1 with a few pics of Tudor watches.

    I wouldn´t buy them if my only interest was Tudors but if vintage watches and brands are of any interest I´d go for them.

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    Re: Where can read up on...

    Quote Originally Posted by stuffler,mike View Post
    There isn´t that much:

    The only "sources" I have found are:

    "Wirstwatches" by Gisbert L. Brunner and Christian Pfeiffer-Belli, Könemann editors, ISBN 3-8290.0660-8. Only one page dedicated to Tudor watches.

    "Wristwatches" by Kahlert/Mühe/Brunner, 1500 watches with price guide, Callwey editors, ISBN: 3-7667-1241-1 with a few pics of Tudor watches.

    I wouldn´t buy them if my only interest was Tudors but if vintage watches and brands are of any interest I´d go for them.
    Thanks Mike!

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