Rolex Tudor Prince Oysterdate 75204 14k White Gold Bezel 1970's Mens Watch..34mm
Formed in 1946 by Rolex founder Hans Wilsdorf, Tudor was intended to be a brand providing more affordable watches that remained faithful to the high standards for which Rolex was renowned.
“For some years now I have been considering the idea of making a watch that our agents could sell at a more modest price than our Rolex watches, and yet one that would attain the standards of dependability for which Rolex is famous. I decided to form a separate company, with the object of making and marketing this new watch. It is called the Tudor Watch Company.”
This was March 6, 1946 and Hans Wilsdorf, the author of these words is a leading figure in the world of Swiss watchmaking and distinguished for having created Rolex in the first decade of the 20th century. In this statement, he officially unveils not only Tudor, but also the positioning and communications strategy he has in mind for the brand.
His intuition was simple and well placed since at that time the wristwatch market was expanding along with its development. The public was also ready to recognize and appreciate a reasonably priced watch that not only had all the technical, aesthetic and functional characteristics but also had guaranteed distribution by a brand like Rolex, already known worldwide for the quality of its production
Model: Prince Oysterdate
Case Diameter: 34mm, not counting crown
Crown: Signed original crown winds & sets smoothly
Movement: Signed recently serviced eta 2824-2 swiss movement runs strong & accurate ~ has quickset date change and hacking feature
Crystal: New acrylic crystal
Box/Papers: No original box or papers ~ authenticity is guaranteed
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