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The 33 mm case is in excellent condition for its age with no nasty scratches or dings and being a Rolex case feels very well made and sturdy.
The watch has its original unrestored
These old patinated dials have a wonderfully warmth to them and its nice to see one survive unmolested after so many years.
The hands are completely correct and have never been relumed like many others out there still retaining their original
Tudor watches are not as easy to date as Rolex due to fewer records.
However, the prefix 208xxx would narrow the date to between 1956 and 1957.
The watch has signed screw down coronet "plus" crown and screws down perfectly as it should.
the watch keeps excellent time having been serviced by the last owner which was 3 years ago.
The watch measures a nice size for a 1950's watch and would have been large for its day.
It is 33 mm in diameter without the crown
This is a really beautiful example of one of the earliest Tudor models.
Asking Price $ 380
Any questions please feel free to ask.