This uncommon 1950’s Tudor Oyster Prince Automatic Small rose came from the family of the original owner. The dial, dagger hands, blued sweep seconds are both original and have wonderfully aged. This is a very collectible dial, having the Rolex Explorer 12,3,6 & 9 configuration and small rose insignia, along with curved “self-winding” print. The correct Oyster Patent early winding crown is still present and has lots of thread turns. The robust 34mm. steel case has never been polished-looking very good with only nicks on the rear knurling. This watches houses the desirable caliber 390 Tudor automatic winding movement which sparkles after a recent service and is accurate. This movement alone is quite valuable, as it is used in the $10,000 Tudor Submariners from the 50’s and 60’s. These are becoming hard to find.