Manually Wound Tudor Cal 290

Case material:

9Ct Gold


Here we have a classic 1950s gold Tudor gents watch with a slightly off white dial, applied Arabic numerals and lumed hands. This watch also has a Western Region railway presentation engraving on a snap on case back. The gold hallmarks date this watch to 1959.


This piece has a delicate feel with slim lugs and a low profile case housing a manual wind movement and a Rolex signed gold plated cown. There is a running seconds sub dial at 6 o'clock.


The fixed bars mean an open ended brown leather strap is fitted, this is not new but is in very good condition.


Technical Details

This watch uses the manually wund Tudor Cal 290 (FEF)

This has 15 jewelsand a 50 hour power reserve.

Frequency of 18,000.


Condition Report

The watch is in remarkable condition for a 60 years old timepiece, with oly light marking to the dial and very minimal wear to the case. The movement is clean and keeping excellent time.



Tudor 9ct Gold c.1959

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