The trademark was registered in 1926 by Hans Willsdorf, the founder of Rolex, and was born in the 1930s. Originally, this tudor served as a diffusion brand for the purpose of promoting, promoting and promoting Rolex. The Tudor brand was named after the Tudor family, a former British royal family, and early models featured the rose, the emblem of the Tudor family, on the logo. The low-cost version of Rolex became popular with the general public, and as a result, it was a major factor in growing Rolex into a global brand. In Japan, it was distributed under the brand name "Tudor", but in October 2018, a regular store as "Tudor" will make its first landing in Japan. Now being released from the image of a low-priced Rolex, it is a remarkable brand that has begun its own path.
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