Early advertisement for the Tudor Oyster Prince
Case Diameter: 34 millimeters
Lug Width: 19 millimeters
Case Material: Stainless steel
Case Condition: Great condition, sharp lugs
Dial Condition: Great condition, one slide damage between 10 and 11
Bracelet: Original Tudor Stainless steel bracelet
Movement: Automatic Winding ETA 2834
The small rose, the smooth bezel, the silver dial – it’s all there. It’s the perfect storm of rarity, refinement and versatility.
Hans Wilsdorf, the founder of Rolex, took over the Tudor trademarks to form the company Montres Tudor in 1946. Hans Wilsdorf creating an affordable product for the mass market.
In 1952, Tudor launched the Oyster Prince line, using Rolex’s proprietary automatic rotor. The Early Series Tudor Ranger is essentially a configuration of the Oyster and Oyster Prince lines.