Tudor Submariner 9401 Marine National

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Model: ,

Year of issue: 1977

Reference number: 9401 MN77

Serial number:

Condition: hardly worn

Status: sold

Dealer country: France

Price in EUR €: n/a

Watch details

Tudor Submariner 9401 Marine National MN77 with Ledger Book Extract

year 1977

serial 903,xxx

dial Original beautiful blue snowflake dial with matching original hands. Dial show some wear throughout, this is only visible from an angle and it remain actually quite beautiful.

movement Tudor 2776

case Original case has been brushed and detailed in the past by the watchmaker of the Marine National. The lugs remain thick and even. Original blue faded insert complements the dial beautifully.

bracelet Comes on black perlon.

condition Military, The images show the full beauty and history of the watch.

accessories Comes with an Extract of the Ledger Books, in which this watch is featured.

comments Compared to their Royal Navy counterparts, the Tudor MN Submariners represent incredible value for your collecting buck, a real tool watch, a real mil spec watch, a great watch with a great story, cheaper than a military Rolex 5517, without a doubt a real watch to add to any serious collection. price ON REQUEST-


Jerome Fellous

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