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  • Rado reference number movement codes.

    As most of us have discovered, one of many indicators to authenticity is matching the first three digits of Rados long reference numbers to the movement in the watch. Mike 184 has a pretty thorough list over at his mission Rado site, but in light of the ongoing image drama courtesy of Photobucket, perhaps it would be wise to build our own here. Lets post our numbers in this thread for the time being. I will link this post in the Rado Reference sticky and once we have built up a good sized list we might impose upon Dave to make it into a spread sheet.

    Lets post the first three digits of the reference and then the movement number. I will periodically combine them into a single post in numerical order.


    Here is a link to Mike's page with a very good list of reference numbers.

    http://mikekeller.beepworld.de/tips-tricks-info.htm
    Last edited by Henry Krinkle; 01-18-2018, 08:38 AM.
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    ref. 108- ESA/FHF 765.321 quartz day/date
    ref. 636- ETA 2836-2, including regular day/date and day only COSC version.
    ref. 658- ETA 2824-2 date, but also the date only COSC 2836-2. This is strange.
    ref. 763- ETA C07.611 date, "Powermatic"
    Last edited by Henry Krinkle; 11-28-2017, 05:03 AM.
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    • #3
      ref. 623- ETA 2783 COSC date and 2782 date.
      ref. 633- ETA 2824 date.
      Last edited by Tim.; 11-28-2017, 04:51 AM.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Henry Krinkle View Post
        As most of us have discovered, one of many indicators to authenticity is matching the first three digits of Rados long reference numbers to the movement in the watch. Mike 184 has a pretty thorough list over at his mission Rado site, but in light of the ongoing image drama courtesy of Photobucket, perhaps it would be wise to build our own here. Lets post our numbers in this thread for the time being. I will link this post in the Rado Reference sticky and once we have built up a good sized list we might impose upon Dave to make it into a spread sheet.

        Lets post the first three digits of the reference and then the movement number. I will periodically combine them into a single post in numerical order.
        Hey Henry,
        I believe I have a couple columns of a spreadsheet devoted to this--when I have a chance later, I'll check on my laptop and post what I have.
        B
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Watch Carefully View Post
          Hey Henry,
          I believe I have a couple columns of a spreadsheet devoted to this--when I have a chance later, I'll check on my laptop and post what I have.
          B

          Outstanding!
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          • #6
            ref. 557- ETA 2671
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            • #7
              ref 625 - ETA 2789

              ref 674 - ETA 7750
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              • #8
                ref 680 - AS 5008

                ref 756 - ESA 9181
                Last edited by pimpclinic.v.s.o.p.; 12-27-2017, 04:34 PM.
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                • #9
                  ref 742 - ESA 9164
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                  • #10
                    ref 541 - ESA / ETA 251.262
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                    • #11
                      Ref 663 - ETA 7770 (Rattrapante)
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                      • #12
                        Hi!

                        The table about the movement-references is still on my HP.
                        Indeed, after the first drama with ImageShack, a second one followed with PhotoBucket.
                        I wonīt use another image hoster in future with empty promisses and criminal business methods.
                        But it will take a lot of time to reload all of the pics to my web hoster.


                        Tips, Tricks, Info
                        German

                        Tips, Tricks, Info English
                        Last edited by mike184; 01-16-2018, 01:28 PM.
                        Best regards, Mike
                        vintage-rado.de

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by mike184 View Post
                          Hi!

                          The table about the movement-references is still on my HP.
                          Indeed, after the first drama with ImageShack, a second one followed with PhotoBucket.
                          I wonīt use another image hoster in future with empty promisses and criminal business methods.
                          But it will take a lot of time to reload all of the pics to my web hoster.


                          Tips, Tricks, Info
                          German

                          Tips, Tricks, Info English
                          Good to know Mike. Would you mind if I put a direct link to that page in the Resource thread?
                          Solve all your doubts through question mode.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Henry Krinkle View Post
                            Good to know Mike. Would you mind if I put a direct link to that page in the Resource thread?
                            No problem, thatīs what the HP is made for.

                            We should use this thread for any additions, the table on my HP is far away from complete.
                            Best regards, Mike
                            vintage-rado.de

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