Tudor Reference Numbers: An Extensive Guide

Tudor 79220B

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 Tudor, but instead, it will focus on some of the most iconic and important models of Tudor, such as 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 Black Bay Harrods 79230G

Tudor reference numbers vs Tudor serial numbers

Tudor reference numbers are used to define Tudor’s models, and each and every model of Tudor have, apart from a reference number a unique serial numbers. Serial number is therefore not to be confused with reference number. 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. For a guide on Tudor serial numbers, please read the linked article.

Tudor reference numbers: Chronographs

  • 79280
  • 79260
  • 79260
  • 9430/0
  • 9430/0
  • 9420/0
  • 79160
  • 7169/0
  • 7149/0
  • 7031/0
  • 7032/0
  • 7033/0
  • 70330N
  • M70330B-0001
  • 79350
  • 79363N – A Basel 2019 novelty
  • 42000CR

Tudor reference numbers: Submariners

  • 7016
  • 7021
  • 9401/0
  • 79090
  • 79190
  • 7922
  • 7924
  • 7928
  • 7923
  • 75090
  • 94110
  • 9411/0
  • 94400
  • 75190
  • 76100

Tudor reference numbers: Black Bay

  • 79220B
  • 79220R
  • 79229N
  • M79230R
  • M79230N
  • M79230B
  • M79030N
  • M79580
  • M79580
  • M79500
  • M79500
  • M79540
  • M79540
  • M79830RB
  • M79350
  • M79730
  • M79733N
  • M79250BM
  • M79230DK
  • 70150 Basel 2019 novelty
  • 79250BA Basel 2019 novelty
  • M79580
  • M79580
  • M79500
  • M79500
  • M79540
  • M79540

Tudor reference numbers: Pelagos

  • 25500TN
  • M25610TNL
  • M25600TB
  • M25600TN

Tudor reference numbers: Ranger

  • 7992
  • 7934
  • 7995
  • 7965
  • 90330
  • 90220
  • 7964
  • 7966
  • 7990
  • 7996

Please note that this Tudor reference numbers resource is continuously and regularly updated with new information regarding the Tudor reference numbers as new models are added to the Tudor lineup. If you have any questions, we welcome you to leave a comment below and we will help you.

36 thoughts on “Tudor Reference Numbers: An Extensive Guide

  1. Hi, I have a Tudor Date Day from 1984, and I´m looking for the original Jubilee Bracelet. Do you have any information if I still can get it from Tudor itself? If not is there a reliable source for real bracelets?
    BR Alex

    1. Hi Alex,
      One of our watch experts will be able to provide you with detailed information regarding Tudor bracelets.

      You can consult them here:

      Kind regards,
      Millenary Watches

  2. I have a Tudor oysterprince 34 model 7950, with 211… serial number. I was wondering if the serial number and model on the watch back and not between the lugs is a misprint? If so would it be more valuable. Any info on this watch would be appreciated. Thanks

    1. Hi Lee,
      This is something our watch experts can answer and help you with. You can consult them here:

      Kind regards,
      Millenary Watches

  3. Hi
    I have a 1966 Tudor oysterdate ref:7992
    Serial number: 522*** it has a small rose at 12 o’clock is this common for this watch as I can’t find any that are similar thanks

    1. Hi Jai,
      For detailed specific questions, we advise you to order a consultation here:

      Kind regards,
      Millenary Watches

  4. Hi, great website!
    I have a Tudor Jumbo 7017 – any ideas how I can find out what the bracelet and end link codes are? It’s currently on an after market leather strap and want to get an oyster for it.
    Thanks in advance for any help

    1. Hi,
      Please contact us via Messenger.

      Kind regards,

  5. I have a 1966 Tudor Oyster Prince Submariner Model # 7928. I need a Jubilee band since the band
    that came on the watch was broken. What size is the band? Would it be a 19mm or 20mm? Do you
    have a vintage jubilee band that would fit?


    1. Hello Kenneth,
      THe lug width is 20mm.

      Unfortunately we do not have this bracelet available. Note that this watch should originally be on an Oyster bracelet. It also looks great on a NATO strap.

      Kind regards,
      Millenary Watches

  6. Hi, i have a Tuder Prince Oysterdate which has two sets of numbers on the case between the lugs.

    These are 37903 & 74000.

    Would you be able to tell me a little bit more about them please?


  7. What’s the difference please between the references 79230 N R and B (I’ve seen both N and B) for sale but not sure what the difference is? Are they listed chronologically in your list – in which case which is oldest and which newest please? is there any difference in functionallity?

    1. Hello Simon,
      The R, N, and B refers to the color of the bezel (blue, red, black).

      Apart from this, the watches are identical. (Apart from the blue version which has silver colored hands and printing on the dial, unlike the red and black which have gold-colored indices and dial printing).

      Kind regards,
      Millenary Watches

  8. My name is joe and I have a Beautiful original tutor submariner Model 7016/0 all original .the Hour hand is Mercedes emblem And it has the black rose emblem. I purchased it in the military back in 1967 I believe. It does have The original bracelet. Can you tell me about the net worth of my Time piece?

    1. Hello Joe,
      Thank you for sharng.
      The value for this watch is today between €6500 and €11000 depending on the condition.

      Kind regards,
      Millenary Watches

  9. Hello I have a Tudor royal with a model number of 7934/0. It has Arabic numbers on it and I cannot find one .
    My father who has gifted it to me in his will had it valued in 1991 at 450.00.
    I wanted to know the appx year of value and whether this model has a Rolex movement or not, or is this only something that can be determined on appraisal. The case is a Rolex

    1. Hi,
      The value for a Tudor 7934 will vary around €900 and €1500 depending on the condition.

      Kind regards,
      Millenary Watches

  10. Following Tudor ref numbers there are usually 4 digits after a “-“. What do those numbers mean?

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