Tudor Oyster Prince “Tuxedo” Bullseye dial



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This is a fine, early and rare, circa 1955 TUDOR OYSTER PRINCE “TUXEDO” with a fine (original) “bulls-eye” “pie-pan” dial! The radiating silver, ribbed edges lead your eye towards the glossy black middle with white print, radium, dauphine hands Tudor rose insignia… WOW! This dial barely shows any spotting with the naked eye, it looks great! This is an early and rare version of this particular watch (dating to about 1955) with “shimmering like platinum” stainless steel case, (original) Rolex winding crown, with RARE inwardly curved “Bombe” lugs…just beautiful! ! The caliber 390, TUDOR (by ROLEX) automatic winding movement was fully disassembled and meticulously cleaned…accurate! These movements were considered to be on par in quality with ROLEX at the time and were the best quality automatic winding movements ROLEX ever produced for their TUDOR line of watches.