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I have a Tudor watch, it says Tudor on the back as well as 17 jewels and swiss made and that is all. It is a ladies watch and is very small.

The symbol on the dial is TINY, about 1mm or 1.5mm from top to bottom!
It appears to be a circle with a dot sitting on top of a cross.
Even with a 10x eyeglass I cannot make out the detail but the circle MAY have extra dots around the outside or it could even have a tiny clock face in it. (The harder I peer the more I get confused about what I am seeing!)

The symbol is NOT the shield symbol of Tudor nor the crown of Rolex. I have googled for awhile but cannot find any info.

Can anyone tell me about the various symbols for Tudor watches please?

Thank you
Sabine
 

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It's a rose...

aptly chosen emblem for a watch named Tudor, don't you think?

They did however stop using the Rose emblem in the late 1960s and replaced it with the shield we see today.
 

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Re: It's a rose...

i guess you would have to know about the tudor rose to work out the connection!
so if as you say it is a rose, that would date my tudor!
thank you very much
can't think how people made or decorated these tiny watches....
 
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