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I'm looking to acquire a vintage Tudor Prince Two Tone Day-Date ref: 94613. I have seen the case diameter (excluding crown) advertised in various sizes between 32mm and 35mm.

Can any Tudor/Rolex experts confirm if this model was actually made in different case sizes and if not what the actual dimensions are?
What the distance between lugs (strap/bracelet width)?
I'd also be interested to know the differences between model refs: 94614 & 94613.

I have searched this forum and the net but could not find much information so your help would be appreciated.
 

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Tudor calls the case 36mm. Depending on where you put the measuring device, it could vary, but officially, it's 36.

It's 20mm between the lugs.

Like Rolex, last digit =3, two tone YG+ SS. Last digit 4= white gold fluted bezel, all the rest=SS.
 
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