Vintage Tudor Oyster Yorke ref. 7934 - Toronto Vintage Watches
Vintage Tudor Oyster Yorke ref. 7934 - Toronto Vintage Watches
Vintage Tudor Oyster Yorke ref. 7934 - Toronto Vintage Watches
Vintage Tudor Oyster Yorke ref. 7934 - Toronto Vintage Watches
Vintage Tudor Oyster Yorke ref. 7934 - Toronto Vintage Watches
Vintage Tudor Oyster Yorke ref. 7934 - Toronto Vintage Watches
Vintage Tudor Oyster Yorke ref. 7934 - Toronto Vintage Watches
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Vintage Tudor Oyster Yorke ref. 7934 Serviced

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Description

A vintage Tudor Oyster Yorke ref. 7934 with the Tudor rose logo and the numerals and indicators on the honeycomb dial in gold. This vintage Tudor wristwatch is powered by a manual winding movement that was recently serviced. It is in good aesthetic condition apart from some light scratches from wear on the steel case. The Tudor 'Oyster Yorke' refers to the Tudor English Cities collection introduced in the 1950s. The case measures 34 mm and the watch has an original Tudor claps. We offer a flat rate for shipping on every order and 30-day free returns. We also offer a 2-month mechanical warranty for every purchase. All prices are in CAD.

 

Tudor History

Tudor was founded in 1926 to be a more affordable sub-brand of Rolex. Early on it was very popular with brands like the Catanach known for their Art Deco style. Early Tudors also bore many Rolex symbols on them to reassure customers of their quality. In 1932 , he first Tudors were sold in Australia showcasing the small brands early global reach. Over the decades Tudor produced many models, notably the Oyster Prince and Princess released in the 1950s but also the Tudor Submariner and several popular Tudor chronographs. Today, the Tudor Black Bay 58 takes the place of models like the Tudor Submariner in its catalogue. And it continues to be a sub-brand of Rolex.