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Snowflakes were used on certain Tudor references.

NOTE: NOT MY PHOTO.
This wonderfull example belongs to another collector.
 

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doesn't really look like a snow flake.....hmm
i did see some real snow flake shapes on a chanel or chopard i think but they are women's watches
just wanted to see if it were some thing soon to be seen on an invicta
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Snowflake hands were the original hands on the Tudor Subs issued to the French military and then to other military units. They are highly coveted by Tudor collectors. But be warned, like everything else that's rare or in demand some folks in Asia are making new versions of snowflakes, which are being fitted to otherwise authentic Tudors to hike prices.
 

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Snowflake hands were the original hands on the Tudor Subs issued to the French military and then to other military units. They are highly coveted by Tudor collectors. But be warned, like everything else that's rare or in demand some folks in Asia are making new versions of snowflakes, which are being fitted to otherwise authentic Tudors to hike prices.
It never ends..... How can someone protect themselves against it? And can an AD spot the fake hands?
 
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