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FS: Tudor Prince Oysterdate JUMBO, 38mm, from 1984.

Im letting this beautiful Tudor Oysterdate ref. 9081/4 go.
Been in my private collection for the last 5 years.

Very cool steel JUMBO model with white gold fluted bezel, case measuring 38mm without crown.
I personally love this size, perfect for an everyday vintage dress-watch :)
It is from 1984 - 5 digit serial, which is actually quite rare and only found that year (1984).

I dont belive the Tudor brand needs a larger presentation.
From that period, Tudor and Rolex more or less used the same design and case parts.

Condition is vintage used. Straight piece overall and still a solid case in my opinion.
Silver dial with a few small hairline scratches and a very nice Patina.
Hands recently relumed in a vintage colour.

I had the watch serviced back in 2014, still running very well, with documentation (service reciept).

Please note, this is a vintage watch and has normal signs of use.
Still a very nice looking watch and very collectable.

Im asking 1800eur + cost of postage
Located in Denmark EU.

Ill ship to most of the world. Bank money transfer preferred / paypal ok in some cases (domestic and EU postage).

Private sale. No returns.
Im a danish collector of vintage watches and active in a few danish facebook watchgroups.
Ebayer with perfect feedback since 2004, active at Omegaforum (where I am also approved as a seller)

I welcome any questions.

- Rasmus

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