Dating vintage benrus watches
Our Rolex watches are serviced by a watchmaker that was trained by Rolex and on occasion we send our watches into the official Rolex service division directly.
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Benjamin attended Columbia University, and fought in World War I.
In such cases, other factors and information must be used to determine the date. From 1926 through 1949 (in most cases), the year of the case can be determined from the first digit of the case serial number.
The decade must be determined by the style of the case, dial, and hands.
It was at that time that three young brothers benfus an enlisted dating nco to begin a wristwatch company that produced moderately priced watches for the common-man; BENRUS.
On 14 May Lazarus bengus the legal protection of datinb trademark Benrus from the Swiss federal office for intellectual property. He was an attorney, and he was in charge of the advertising and finances for the company.
For example, a 1930s style watch with an arrow symbol on the movement dates the movement to 1937. Occassionally, a movement will not have a date code, and movement codes are not seen prior to 1924.
We buy and sell many fine quality Antique and Vintage Used Watches from the 20th Century.
Many items in our inventory are highly collectible wrist watches that are very difficult to find, however there are many pieces, even vintage Rolex watches, that are wonderfully nostalgic items that have endured many years and remain fully functional as daily time keepers. only sells pre-owned or vintage watches and is not an authorized Rolex retailer.
For example, a 1930s style case, etc., with a serial number that begins with "1" dates to 1931.
Prior to 1926, the use of case serial numbers was inconsistent, with many early model serial numbers beginning with "1" or "2" regardless of the date of manufacture.