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ROLEX SUBMARINER 27JEWELS MODEL NUMBER NOT ON BACK OF WATCH ? BAND NUMBER 62510H

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Hello,
There should always be a serial number on the back of the case period. If your Rolex does not have any indicators on the back it is not authentic. Sorry. One thing to always note is if you get a 10x eye loop and look at the writing on the case and bracelet if you notice it being sandy colored and or punched several times rather than one smooth form this is also not authentic.
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