VINTAGE WATCHES, PRE-OWNED & USED SWISS, AMERICAN WATCHES & JEWELRY

Tudor Prince Diver’s Oysterdate ref 9121/0 circa 1973

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Vintage Man’s Tudor Prince Oysterdate ref 9121/0 circa 1973. Unusual and cool moderne design tonneau shaped Oyster case with screw down Rolex crown, screw down caseback, faded blue elapsed time bezel, and with integral large curved link Tudor signed heavy Oyster link bracelet with deployment clasp. With acrylic crystal and original navy blue dial with applied silver indexes and silver baton luminous hands. The dial features the large applied Tudor shield logo at 12 o’clock and inner sloped bezel with minute track. Powered by self winding ETA 2784 movement with sweep seconds and date. Bracelet long enough to fit average size wrist. Overall an interesting and very cool model, we think the design parallels the more futuristic design from the Rolex side of the family of the post moderne design Oyster Quartz case and bracelet.

Additional information

Maker

Tudor

Model Name/Type

Prince Oysterdate

Man's / Lady's

Men

Model/Case Ref#

9121/0

Case Serial#

808743

Circa

1973

Case mm

38mm

Case Metal

Stainless Steel

Bezel

rotating elapsed time bezel

Crystal

Acrylic

Crown-Pushers

Early style Rolex twin lock crown

Dial & Hands

original blue dial

Movement Type

Self Winding

Movement Caliber

ETA 2784

Date Function

yes

Strap / Bracelet

integral link, Stainless Steel, Tudor signed deployment clasp

Strap / Bracelet Size

7

Country of Origin

Switzerland

Condition

Excellent

Box / Papers

No

Brand

Vintage Tudor - Pre-Owned & Used Tudor Watches

All of our vintage Tudor and pre-owned Tudor watches are fully restored and guaranteed genuine to give you excellent service and piece of mind. Montres Tudor (SA) has designed, manufactured and marketed Tudor watches since 6 March 1946. Rolex founder Hans Wilsdorf conceived of the Tudor Watch Company to create a product for authorized Rolex dealers to sell that offered the reliability and dependability of a Rolex, but at a lower price. The number of Rolex watches was limited by the rate that they could produce in-house Rolex movements, thus Tudor watches were originally equipped with off-the-shelf movements while using similar quality cases and bracelets.