1965 Tudor Oyster Prince (Ref. 7995) Brushed Silver Dial
The Rolex/Tudor relationship dates back to 1926 when Hans Wilsdorf, the founder of Rolex SA, wanted to create a more affordable wristwatch alternative that still maintained a high quality of craftsmanship. Tudor manufactured wristwatches adjacent to Rolex for many years, which featured more affordable non-inhouse Swiss movements, whilst still utilizing Rolex's case designs and manufacturing processes. Even though Tudor shares a lot of similarities with its older brother Rolex, Tudor's designs tended to differentiate from the Rolex formula to make for some uniquely cool timepieces in their own right.
|Bracelet||Rolex 7835 Folded-Link Oyster Bracelet W/ 83 End Pieces|
The excellent case has been lightly polished and shows minimal signs of use with thick and symmetrical lugs. The smooth stainless steel bezel has been lightly polished and is in wonderful condition. The original Rolex 7835 with 83 end pieces is stamped 1/68 and retains 12 links that show light stretch from use.
The brushed silver dial is simply gorgeous and has achieved a charming warmth to the color of the dial from age. The dial does show some light patina and age throughout and remains in excellent overall condition. The tritium lume plots have aged to a darker patina and exhibit light degradation throughout when inspected under U.V. light. The original tritium hands have aged to a creamy patina and display no degradation under U.V. light inspection.
None. Watch is running and keeping time, previous service history is unknown.