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Rolex has been engraving their watches with a unique Rolex serial numbers, and a Rolex models number since the 1920’s as tool to track the production year of a Rolex watch. The production age of a used Rolex watch is a significant factor in determining its current market value. As you would expect, the value of a Rolex watch, unlike a fine wine, will decrease in value as new, improved models are launched by Rolex.. For example, watches that have Rolex model numbers beginning with the letter Z were produced in the year 2006 and, all things considered, are valued higher than say a Rolex with a serial number that begins with P for the year 2000. The age along with other factors such as the condition of the bracelet will help Bob’s establish the true, fair market value of the wristwatch. This distinctive serial number is located on the inside case of the watch between the lugs below the 6 o’clock end of the watch. It is a five to seven digit number starting with 28000 in the year 1926. You will need to remove the bracelet carefully from the watch using a small screw driver or tack. While this number will tell us when the watch was made by Rolex, it will not tell us when the watch was eventually sold. Also worth noting is that the condition of the watch is as important as its age. The Rolex serial number (also referred to as Rolex style numbers or case number), is also helpful in determining if a Rolex watch is a genuine authentic Rolex as some fakes do not have serial numbers. This "look up" tool, or widget, is the only one of its kind in the industry and allows people to easily find the manufacture date of their pre-owned Rolex by the Rolex band serial numbers.
Note: If you need help on how to find the Rolex case number (serial #), please view the video below or check out find my Rolex serial number for a quick and easy tutorial about how to find Rolex numbers. Also refer to the Rolex Serial Number Chart below.
|Rolex Serial Number||Production Year|
|Clasp Code: LT||2009|
|Clasp Code: E6R, R5||2010|
Ardent Rolex enthusiasts and collectors will often specifically request certain dated Rolex reference numbers when adding to their collections. Every pre-owned Rolex watch seller, or Role buyer, wants to know the true resale value of a used Rolex watch. And since age, along with the condition of the watch, is an important aspect in this process, we have created this handy guide to assist you. When buying a used Rolex, we encourage all of Bob’s Watche customers to research the popular Rolex case numbers. We hope you can “bookmark” this page and use it as a tool when you want to buy or sell a Rolex watches. So if you were searching on Google “find the year my Rolex was made,” or “Rolex serial numbers”, looking to find the production dates of used Rolex watches, you have landed at the right place. How do you find the serial number on your Rolex? Check out this Bob's Watches Video Tutorial!
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