Dating citizen watches
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Over the years Citizen have changed their watch case back markings, whilst they have also used special backs on their high grade watches and certain specific models. This page attempts to show the basic types and how to interpret the information that case backs give — often crucial to determining the authenticity of the watch. Each of these used various case designs, with different case materials, and the case back markings began to reflect this. The late s also saw the introduction of serial numbers, which are very useful to us of course, because we can determine the date of production.
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Vintage Citizen Case Backs & Watch Production Date | Sweephand's Vintage Citizen Watch Blog
You can find guidance on how to establish the age of your watch at the end of the Movement Table — access it via the Blogroll link. Hi I have inherited a ladies rectangular dress watch and would like to know the date of manufacture. The watch bears the numbers KCK and on the back of the case. Are there any online catalogues I could consult?
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Vintage Citizen Case Backs & Watch Production Date
Most possibly all mechanical Timex watches from until the end of mechanical production in have a reference number, usually at the bottom of the dial. The last two numbers correspond to the year the watch was produced. The two occasionally 3 numbers before that are the movement number, the remaining numbers are the catalog number. For example, would indicate catalog number , movement , year In some cases this number is hidden under the bezel and cannot be viewed without removing the movement from the case.
The page includes a calculator along with instructions and example images to help you find the movement caliber, case code and serial number on the back of your watch. The calculator uses these codes to do its magic. If you don't know how to find these numbers on your watch please read our instructions below.