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  • Opinion : RADO GREEN HORSE REF. 11768

    Hi guys,

    Hope it is okay for you guys to open a new thread on this particular Rado Green Horse 6 Ref. 11768.
    I found some info under :
    http://forums.timezone.com/index.php...h=819592&rid=0

    http://www.equationoftime.com/forums...-green-horse-6

    Still not clear to me if there is anything suspicious about the dial / hands / date&day.
    Price is 290USD. Seems to be a model produced in the late 1958-1964(?).

    Thanks for your help and feedback.


    Cheers,


    WATCHROCK

  • #2
    Hi!


    Nothing suspicious to see on the pics, seems to be in a very good condition and all original.
    11768 is the correct reference for a GH 6 with day/date.
    The first day/dates (marked with addional "Daymaster" in the beginning) came 1962, so this one is a bit later, maybe 1964 - 1968..
    Best regards, Mike
    vintage-rado.de

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    • #3
      Originally posted by mike184 View Post
      Hi!


      Nothing suspicious to see on the pics, seems to be in a very good condition and all original.
      11768 is the correct reference for a GH 6 with day/date.
      The first day/dates (marked with addional "Daymaster" in the beginning) came 1962, so this one is a bit later, maybe 1964 - 1968..
      Awesome!
      Always great to find these gems.
      I will ask the Seller for a picture of the movement and inner back case too.

      As soon as I will get them I will provide these pics for Archive reference here .

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      • #4
        Originally posted by mike184 View Post
        Hi!


        Nothing suspicious to see on the pics, seems to be in a very good condition and all original.
        11768 is the correct reference for a GH 6 with day/date.
        The first day/dates (marked with addional "Daymaster" in the beginning) came 1962, so this one is a bit later, maybe 1964 - 1968..
        Not too much later though, still has the bayonet type case back with symbol and case patent numbers.

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