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As the dust settles following the whirlwind of auction weekend, the overriding feeling is...
Over the past couple of years we have discussed the Tudor chronographs in some detail. As a quick recap we can break the watches down into series – the first being released in 1970 and the different series running into the 2000s.
Tudor’s relationship with the US Navy was front and centre this year with the launch of the P01 – a watch based on a unique prototype that Tudor developed for the USN in the late 1960s.