Tudor Ranger Date Ref. 9050/0
Although Tudor has always been part of the Rolex family, they tended to do things a little differently - so this is not an EXPLORER, it’s a RANGER.
The much-beloved (and recently reissued model) was used by the Greenland Expedition and in 1969, the no-date version was joined by the present reference 9050/0 - now with date! This example hails from that first year and is powered by a Tudor branded ETA calibre, meaning its as robust as it is good looking.
Extremely sought after by collectors, and extremely rare to find in this condition - it’s a prime example of the small difference that separate Tudor from Rolex, and why we love them for it. Why settle for the re-issue when you can have the original?
*Some marks or spots on the dial are reflections or dust on the crystal and are due to high intensity strobe lighting used while photographing. They are not actually on the watch or visible in natural lighting.
*The hour hand luminous material has been expertly restored.
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