When I had the movement cleaned and oiled when I first got it, I used the serial number to date it to the 30s. I have since lost the numbers and do not want to open the case until needed. The back is stainless so I figure it is gold filled and have been a little concerned about using a jeweler's clothe on it. It is better looking than the pictures indicates, such as the crystal appears much clearer.
mustapha ... and his shirts that would be a bit too flashy and flowery for myself ...
Whoa, a complaint. Jerome, here is one of my plain shirts - something that wouldn't be out of place in this 'Central Europe' that you inhabit.
Watch also included for relevant content. Tudor is the the lower level line of Rolex. At one time Tudor watches were more basic outsourced movements fitted in Rolex cases. This Tudor was the equivalent of Rolex's '6694' model - a handwound gents watch that was the entry into the Rolex lineup. Rolex has gravitated upwards into more posh watches and sadly these kinds of watches are no longer part of their stable. Fuzzy pic of the watch, but nothing really to see - an 'Oyster' case with the usual Rolex crowns on the bracelet and winding crown.