Tudor Prince Date Automatic Chronograph
I continue to learn more about my Tudor (7928 w/FEF390 movement, 1966 year), which I recentlyh purchased. It certainly a great sign to see 1960's tudor submariners selling for a premium on Ebay lately... I might have to pick up another Tudor Sub 7928..., I wore this most of the week, it has Patina, nice case, and keeps great time..
Last edited by evozine; April 23rd, 2012 at 06:44.
Oh well that divide didn't last long. Back together be they
Rolex Explorer II 216570, Omega Speedmaster Pro 3570.50, Seiko MM300 SBDX001, Seiko Orange Boss SKA291P1, Casio G-Shock M5600
DLC coated with a shell cordovan strap
I like it when friends stay together.
Some beautiful Tudors here, I agree. Also agree that Rolex and Tudor belong together. Such a rich and intertwined history, a beautiful thing (and the way Hans would have wanted it, I believe. ;)
Like many here, I have a soft spot for Tudors (love 'em, always did; my (late) father did, too!) . And to share (sharing is good), here's a couple of mine: a Tudor Oyster Air Lion (Cal. 59), and also a Tudor Oyster Prince ("Tuxedo" ; Cal. 390) purchased in the 50s from PX. Timeless!
Breguet ● Rolex ● Tudor ● Breitling ● Longines ● IWC ● Mühle-Glashütte ● Tutima ● Hamilton ● TAG Heuer ● Cartier
OTHER: Vintage (Manual and Automatic), Modern (Automatic and Quartz).
Here's mine, from the 2010-2011 line, now discontinued. I planned to kept it for special days, but now it's the one that i wear the most. Loving it!!
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