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Dial Width: 30 mm
Dial Height: 30 mm
|Movement: 25 jewels automatic
Case: stainless steel
Case Width: 35 mm without crown
Case Height: 40 mm with lugs
Case Thickness: 10 mm
Serial Number on Back: 343942, 345602, 11707/1
Serial Number on Movement: 1849
Bracelet Length: 6 in (measures up to 7 in)
This is an authentic Swiss-made RADO Daymaster Green Horse Automatic Watch with day-date display.
The RADO Daymaster is a rare vintage timepiece with efficient & stylish day & date keeping features. It has a gold-filled case & a black face in pristine condition - a chance to own a vintage watch this rare with a fairly handsome physical appearance does not happen often.
This watch keeps good time & is in good working condition! Add this to your collection of vintage quality timepieces!
has a beveled gold-filled case.
has a gld-filled bezel.
has a black dial or face in matte finish.
have gold-electroplated steel hands.
has gold-electroplated steel bar hour markers.
has an arched day & day number display window framed in gold-electroplated steel.
has a date display window framed in gold-electroplated steel.
gold-letter RADO name & RADO symbol (gold-electroplated steel anchor on red) logos plus "25 jewels" are on the top dial. RADO symbol logo still rotates.
green coated twin-seahorse logo is at 9 o'clock.
gold-letter "GREEN HORSE", "DAYMASTER" & "SWISS MADE" are on the bottom dial.
has a ridged gold-electroplated steel crown marked with RADO symbol logo.
has an new black leather band.
clasp is gold-filled.
stainless steel case back is embossed with serial numbers, RADO name & twin-seahorse logos & "WATER-SEALED". We cannot guarantee the effectiveness of its waterproof closure because this watch is vintage.
has a Swiss-made RADO 25 jewels automatic movement. Its serial numbers are embossed onto the mechanism.