- A. Lange & Söhne1
- Audemars Piguet2
- F.P. Journe1
- Franck Muller0
- Jacques Monnat1
- Jaeger Le Coultre5
- Patek Philippe6
- Record Genéve1
- Universal Genève4
- Vacheron Constantin6
Introduced shortly after the first diver from Tudor, the ref. 7928 was the first Tudor Submariner to feature crown guards.
Loved on the civilian market, the increased water resistance allowed the Tudor ref. 7928 to be chosen by the United States Navy as official watch for its Marines, engaged in the Vietnam War.
This very model, built around 1963-64, is an extremely rare survivor of its years in the Navy.
From the excellent conditions, we think it was probably issued to an official. The leather strap is a probable clue about a past “Olongapo” bracelet that may have been on the wrist of its owner while on duty.
The small-rose logo on the dial is another delightful detail that the real collector will appreciate, replaced by the shield on later examples.
Case: 39mm stainless steel
Movement: Automatic, cal. 390, 17 jewels
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