1988 Tudor Two-Tone Prince Oysterdate (Ref. 75203N)
The Rolex/Tudor relationship dates back to 1926 when Hans Wilsdorf, the founder of Rolex SA, acquired the Tudor company in an effort to create a more affordable alternative to the flagship Rolex name. Producing watches with similar likeness side by side, both Tudor and Rolex are revered for their quality in craftsmanship and brand integrity. Here we have, in this Prince Oysterdate, a perfect example of that relationship.
|Material||SS/ 14k YG|
|Bracelet||Tudor 6248-19 "Rolled-Link" Jubilee Bracelet W/ 597 End Pieces|
The 34-millimeter stainless steel case appears to have been polished at some point in its life but it retains both its edges, thickness, and its character. The watch is also fitted with a 14k yellow gold fluted bezel and matching two-tone Jubilee bracelet and screw-down crown.
The dial is a beautiful gold champagne color with flecks of age and matching gold hour markers. The stick hands feature aged tritium and the hour markers all still include their tritium dots, excluding 1 o'clock.
None. The watch was recently serviced and is keeping time perfectly, backed by a 1-year warranty on accurate timekeeping.