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    Roamer watches - dating from face logo

    I have bought a few Roamer watches now (what is the the collective term for a bunch of watches (:¬)?
    I have tried to research the progression of logos on the watchface & the best I've established so far is:-

    Early 50s models will have the Roamer logo without the crown,
    the crown came in by the mid-late 50s until 58
    RW with crown logo stopped 57,58 after rolex objected to crown
    Assume 58 to late 60s had standard Roamer logo again
    and a stylised 'r' logo in the late 60s (which they still use today

    Does anyone have anymore info on dating Roamers?

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    Re: Roamer watches - dating from face logo

    Small brand. I don't think they even started making watches until the early 1950's. I don't think you'll find much information.

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