finally joined this community after many months of lurking. Feels great to be a part of it. I'm afraid I am right away going to have to make an appeal to the vast body of watch-knowledge present here.
This week I bought a 14 kt. goldfilled Rado from the late 50's/ early 60's. I decided to see if anyone here had the same watch as I had. I came across a lot of Rado's, but almost all of the had the typical red Rado-logo on the dial. Mine hasn't and also carries the word 'incabloc', so my question is: were there ever any Rado's in the Fifties that only uses the written logo on the dial? Of course, (sorry for the cliche) I'm now wondering if I've bought a fake watch. I have some pictures of it and I really hope someone here can identify this watch for me. I've studied the typical features of a fake Rado and this watch doesn't seem to have many. It also does carry the Rado logo on the mechanism (which says 1560, by the way). Your expertise would be greatly appreciated. Many thanks in advance.