A revisit to a 1960s Tudor and take a look at the inside of the Watch and its exterior design. Tudor is a brand level short of Rolex, like the cheaper cousin of Rolex. Nevertheless, like Rolex Watch, the quality is superior, workmanship and accuracy is never compromise. The initial Tudor watches in the early 1930s has the word "Tudor" on its dial and at times along with "Rolex Watch Co" at the sub sec at six. The small rose design came around in the 1940s as well as the bigger rose hallmark on its dial around 1950s. The Shield hallmark comes around 1970s. Inside of the case of the 1930s models, and not common will have the stamp of RWC. The later models comes with stamp Tudor in the inside or Rolex Oyster Case itself . Hope you learn something of the naked truth of Tudor. Let's us take a look at Tudor Oyster Prince.
1960s Tudor Submariner