Unfortunately, I haven’t found any magazine advertisements showing the earliest Tudor Submariners, such as the 7924 and 7928 references. In addition to predominantly being printed in black-and-white, most vintage Tudor ads are smaller, fractional pages. Because of the limited number of Tudor ads created and published, any and all should be appreciated and highly-considered when it comes to collecting or pairing with a watch. To date, I’ve actually only come across six ads showing arguably the most popular Tudor model, the Submariner. I’ve seen a few from the 1980s and some from the 1990s - all featuring the reference 76100 “Lollipop” and reference 94110 “Snowflake” version. As is common with Rolex ads, these earlier models are featured in 1990s ads even though the references 79090 and 79190 with a “Mercedes” hour hand were in production by that time. I’ve never found a Tudor ad showing a Submariner with a “Mercedes” hour hand.
Modern Tudor watches have a fresh design language, yet still feel very-connected to their vintage predecessors, whereas modern Tudor advertisements have a look and feel all their own, especially ads featuring David Beckham and Lady Gaga. I will say, unlike their vintage ads, it’s nice that modern ads cover more models from their entire collection. For example, you can easily find more than one ad showing different dial colors if you want an ad to match your specific reference 79030 Black Bay 58 - or the silver case reference 79010.