"The watches issued by Tudor to the members of the British North Greenland Expedition in 1952 have occupied the imagination of collectors for decades. Now, 60 years on, one of them has finally surfaced - in a kitchen drawer."

(QP magazine)

In a nutshell, Major Desmond 'Roy' Homard, now 93 and among the last surviving members of the expedition, has found the only known example. He contacted Tudor, not realising how significant this find was. The watch has now been donated to the Tudor archive.

The QP article covers seven pages, but it would be unfair to reproduce it here. Anyone interested in this fascinating story should seek out Issue 69.