|Dial:||Silver coloured with subseconds dial|
(Case size chart)
|Box:||Presented in a generic watch box|
Rolex had a number of subsidiary brand names in the 1920s and 30s to be used on their cheaper lines of watches including Unicorn, Marconi, and Rolco. All of the subsidiary brands were dropped at the end of WWII and Tudor was launched as the name for their entry level lines.
This is example dates from 1927 and carried the Unicorn name. Solid silver octagonal shaped case in excellent condition hallmarked 1927/8, signed Rolex watch company. The dial is original in silver, engraved surface with black ink printing. Some ageing and Unicorn logo faded with age but present. New mineral glass fitted. The movement is Unicorn signed and has been completely overhauled with a new hairspring. Works superbly and very unusual to find a watch of this vintage in such great working condition.