I was at yet ANOTHER antique mall today, just looking, you find some cool stuff there sometimes, and I came across this vintage Rolex... or is it. It's vintage, I didn't measure, but I'd estimate it to be around 34-36mm, it's got a fluted bezel, white dial, baton hands/markers. Looked normal to me, but a few things were a bit weird. The case back said "Original Oyster Case Designed by Rolex in Geneva", or something to that effect, I don't remember exactly. The acrylic crystal cylcops didn't seem to magnify a WHOLE lot, as for the crystal itself, it stood high off the face of the watch, as it should. The cyclops seemed maybe around 2x magnification. It almost seemed like a Tudor, but the dial said "Rolex", underneath that it said "Prince Oysterdate", and on the bottom in arched lettering it said "Self Winding", much like a Tudor. But I'm not an expert, you be the judge. Price was $1900, but they said they'd lower it to $1710. it's clearly vintage, so I'm not thinking it's fake, but what I am thinking is that it's a Tudor with a Rolex dial, however the dial seems Tudor mixed with Rolex. It's so confusing, once again, you be the judge. I couldn't get a good pic, and I apologize ahead of time, i was in a rush and this was the best I could do. but based one what you CAN see, and what I told you in the description, let me know.
To me, it looks like this Tudor except instead of saying "Tudor" and having the Tudor shield at 12 o'clock, it says "Rolex" and has the Rolex coronet at 12.
As for the sellers themselves, they seemed very professional, they have a few other Rolex's, (obviously genuine) some vintage Longines manual wind, a few vintage Omega automatics. They offer a full 90 day money back guarantee if the product isn't to your liking. Everything they sell is genuine and they seem professional, which leads me to believe I'm just being paranoid. But again, you guys let me know. Thanks and have a great day!
EDIT: I forgot to mentioned, the bracelet doesn't seem to be from this model. The clasp is signed Rolex, it's just a simple pressure release clasp, no flip lock or nothing, just a simple pressure release, with the coronet on the little tab where you lift. The links are solid all the way through, and the endlinks are hollow.