The solid 14k white-gold-fluted bezels really glisten as you tilt your wrist on this gem. The 34.5mm Rolex Oyster case on this watch gleams and has a battle scar on the side edge, which is not really visible on the wrist. The dial is completely original, as are the hands. The date has the uncommon roulette numeral feature, which alternates from red to black, adding further interest. The automatic winding Tudor movement was just serviced and is accurate. These small rose dial 1960s vintage Tudor watches are becoming hard to find these days.