Gorgeous automatic Tudor Oyster from the 1950’s in stainless steel (Fully serviced) | Laurent Fine Watches
  • Gorgeous automatic Tudor Oyster from the 1950’s in stainless steel (Fully serviced)
  • Gorgeous automatic Tudor Oyster from the 1950’s in stainless steel (Fully serviced)
  • Gorgeous automatic Tudor Oyster from the 1950’s in stainless steel (Fully serviced)
  • Gorgeous automatic Tudor Oyster from the 1950’s in stainless steel (Fully serviced)
  • Gorgeous automatic Tudor Oyster from the 1950’s in stainless steel (Fully serviced)
  • Gorgeous automatic Tudor Oyster from the 1950’s in stainless steel (Fully serviced)
  • Gorgeous automatic Tudor Oyster from the 1950’s in stainless steel (Fully serviced)
  • Gorgeous automatic Tudor Oyster from the 1950’s in stainless steel (Fully serviced)
  • Gorgeous automatic Tudor Oyster from the 1950’s in stainless steel (Fully serviced)
  • Gorgeous automatic Tudor Oyster from the 1950’s in stainless steel (Fully serviced)

Gorgeous automatic Tudor Oyster from the 1950’s in stainless steel (Fully serviced)

Brand:Tudor
Model:Oyster
Year:1950’s
Material:Stainless steel
Size - diameter excluding winding crown:34.5mm
Size - length including lugs:41mm
Condition:Very good
Price:Sold

Gorgeous automatic Tudor Oyster from the 1950’s in stainless steel (Fully serviced)

Lovely Tudor Oyster with creamy original perfect condition round dial. Hours are marked with gold Arabic numerals, 3, 6, 9 and 12 o’clock and batons for the other hours. The hands are in gold with beautiful Lancette style. The luminous are perfect on every 5 minutes dots and the hands. The crown comes with the “Oyster Patent” engraved. The acrylic crystal is very clear and clean. The watch has a screwed stainless steel back case with the outside numbers 53985 – 7808 and engraved inside “Tudor – Geneva Switzerland Patented – Stainless Steel”. It is an automatic movement with caliber 390 and 17 jewels. The watch comes with a brown lizard bracelet. Ladies, it is the perfect man’s watch to wear, as lately it is very desirable and fashionable.

History

The Tudor name was registered in 1906 by a Swiss watchmaker named Isaac Blumenthal in memory of the famous Royal English family who reign from 1495 to 1603. In 1940, Mr. Wilsdorf founder and owner of Rolex trade the name “The Tudor”. Since, the Rolex of the street guy developed beautiful watches such as the “Hydronaut” or la “Princess Date Chronograph” with the particularity to have ETA movement, one of the ever made.

Technical details

Tudor automatic movement with caliber 390 (FEF 380) with sweep second, 17 jewels and 18,000 A/h. Likely produced by FEF exclusively for Tudor, since, in FEF records only manual-wind version FEF 380 appears.

Measurements

Diameter excluding winding crown: 34.5mm
Length including lugs: 41mm

Price: Sold