Tudor is a watch company with a long and rich history, yet one that is many many times underestimated. Tudor was founded by Hans Wilsdorf, the founder of Rolex. Originally, Tudor watches were, to a large extent made using the same parts as Rolex, only fitted with different off-the-shelf movements, and this has also contributed to making Tudor’s vintage watches highly sought-after collection pieces which have skyrocketed in value over the years.
On the web, we saw a huge lack of resources of Tudor reference numbers, and this is why we decided to take it upon ourselves to create our own extensive resource of Tudor reference numbers.
This list of Tudor reference numbers won’t focus on each and every single model made by Rolex, but instead, it will focus on the most iconic and important models of Tudor, which is their collection of vintage (and new) chronographs, their modern Black Bay collection, their modern Pelagos collection, and maybe most importantly, their vintage Submariners.
As such, this list of Tudor reference numbers will list both vintage and new models, these are the models that have been most important for Tudor and the watches that have contributed to making Tudor a popular and prestigious watch brands among watch collectors and individuals passionate about watches alike.
Tudor reference numbers are used to define Tudor’s models, and each and every model of Tudor have unique serial numbers. The Tudor reference numbers have been used for their old models as well as their new models, and for the models that are built on previous models, you can see similarities between the old and new reference numbers.
Tudor reference numbers: Chronographs
Tudor reference numbers: Submariners
Tudor reference numbers: Black Bay
Tudor reference numbers: Pelagos
Tudor reference numbers: Ranger