Automatic - Steel - Orginele Bonklip Bracelet
|Model:||Prince Oyster 31, Self Winding|
|Extras:||Orginele Bonklip Bracelet|
|Condition:||Worn with little to no signs of use|
Very rare complete original Tudor.
This watch is one of the first Tudors with a self-winding movement and an Oyster case.
The watch is equipped with the original honeycomb dial. This still looks very good for its age. (See the photos.) The dial is inscribed with 'TUDOR OYSTER PRINCE 31, ROTOR SELF-WINDING'.
The overlaid numerals still look good and the lumen on the edgings of each hour are 'tropical' discoloured.
The beautiful original blue steel hands give this watch a unique appearance.
The special 'Bonklip' bracelet is the original strap of this watch. Rolex and Tudor delivered these 'Bonklip' bracelets until the 60s.
The case still looks good, barring some minor signs of wear. The original crown features the text 'Oyster Patent'.
The unique movement still looks neat and still runs nicely on time!
Model: Oyster Prince 31.
Serial number: 161241.
Year: circa 1955.
Case material: stainless steel.
Diameter: 29 mm excluding the crown, 33 mm including the crown.
Weight: 49 grams.
Size of the strap: 17 mm.
Strap: Bonklip 349657.
The watch will be packaged with the utmost care and shipped insured.
|Member since:||September 27, 2017|
Fast delivery. Watch was packed with care. Recommended seller.
On time smooth completion of all aspects, including delivery, within two working days of auction. Received the watch even before the status on Catawiki had been updated to “shipped”.
The seller will ship the item(s) within 3 working days after receiving confirmation of payment.
Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|Rest of Europe||$20.12|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Amsterdam (Noord-Holland), Netherlands.
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