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Old 19 November 2014, 08:45 PM   #91
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Hello All- I'm new to the site. I work for a jeweler in Baltimore and we receive many interesting Rolexs in, however, I have yet to see a tt black sub- does anyone know if this was a piece ever in production?
There is a 16613ln tt black sub and the newer 116613ln tt black sub and there's also an even older 16803 tt black sub which comes with a nipple dial... cheers...
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Old 12 September 2016, 11:20 AM   #92
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Long live the 16610!


Beautiful I am getting ready to pull the trigger on a 16610ln but am still undecided on pre 2004 or post. I like the SELS and the engraved rehault and LEC but is pre transition going to hold and increase value better?
What are your thoughts all ???


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Old 30 October 2016, 02:38 AM   #93
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I just picked up a z serial 14060M which came with an interesting warrenty card (one I hadnt seen before). The card only contains 3 peices of info rather than the more typical 4. I did some digging and it looks like Rolex made 2 versions of these cards when they released them in 2007.

Some pics comparing them can be found here : http://jholbrook.proboards.com/thread/2286

Has anyone else seen cards like this ship with the 2 line (non COSC) 14060M? Does anyone have more info on why certain models got one version of the card vs. another?
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Old 6 November 2016, 10:32 PM   #94
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Good day sirs...
I have a question regarding my 2010 sub 14060M......the serial number starts with the letter X.... which i learned from researching that the series X started around early 90s......im confused......
I hope to hear from you guys soon.....thanks a lot in advance
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Old 8 November 2016, 10:15 AM   #95
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That's a random serial number and it doesn't have anything to do with the old serial numbers
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Old 21 November 2017, 10:40 AM   #96
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Saw this Sub posted on Bernard Watch, what would cause the Luminova to discolor? Based on the date of manufacture and possibility of a service dial etc, this looks like tritium patina but that wouldn't make sense given the above. The 9 hour marker is particularly noticeable. Water/flooding?

https://www.bernardwatch.com/Rolex/S...r-Date/RLX7290
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