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Tudor
A STAINLESS STEEL AUTOMATIC CENTRE SECONDS DIVER'S WRISTWATCH WITH BRACELET REF 7922 SUBMARINER 100M=330FT BIG CROWN CIRCA 1959
• cal. T 390 automatic gilt lever movement, 17 jewels • black dial with luminous triangular, dot and baton indexes, outer minute and second track, steel Mercedes hands • stainless steel brushed and polished Oyster case made by Rolex Geneva, bi-directional rotating bezel calibrated for 60 units, large screw-down crown and back  • case, dial and movement signed • with a stainless steel Oyster riveted bracelet
diameter 38 mm thickness 14 mm bracelet circumference 180 mm
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Catalogue Note

Introduced in 1956, the ref. 7922 was the first automatically wound Submariner model by Tudor. Tudor's first Submariner model was a manually wound wristwatch, ref.6636 which the company introduced in 1954. Ref. 7922 is illustrated in detail in Isnardi, A., Tudor Anthology, Isnardi Editore, 2013, pp.6-23.

Important Watches

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Geneva