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Normally I avoid thinking as it gets me in trouble.

Does anyone know when the Rolex etch started on the Sub LV?

I am able to locate it on other Rolex watches I have when appropriate with the naked eye. Has it always been the same size?

I have a "F" (does that date it to 2003?) and a "Z" (2006?) serial Sub LV. both were AD purchases.

Can't find it on the "F" and I think I can see it on the "Z" - but I don't have the tools to confirm.

Thanks for any input...Happy Holidays!
 

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I have an LV Sub Z series, and there is an etching on mine. Not to sure about the F series; but, someone on here will know for sure.
 

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