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    50s Tudor Prince Refs

    Hello all,

    Hope someone can shed a bit of light. Were all the references that were maker as Oyster Prince in the 1950s Automatic/Rotor references? Or were there any princes with a hand wound caliber?

    Thanks in advance for any input l.

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    Re: 50s Tudor Prince Refs

    Quote Originally Posted by jenya79 View Post
    Hello all,

    Hope someone can shed a bit of light. Were all the references that were maker as Oyster Prince in the 1950s Automatic/Rotor references? Or were there any princes with a hand wound caliber?

    Thanks in advance for any input l.
    The "Prince" in Oyster Prince denotes an automatic movement. The manual wind watches are designated "Oyster" only on the dial.

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    Re: 50s Tudor Prince Refs

    Quote Originally Posted by mui.richard View Post
    The "Prince" in Oyster Prince denotes an automatic movement. The manual wind watches are designated "Oyster" only on the dial.
    Perfect thank you for the clarification!
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