Are you new to collecting vintage wristwatches and are afraid of making a mistake? Or perhaps you just want to get an entry level watch to try out the idea? This may be the watch for you. Our extensive and exhaustive restoration process for all of our timepieces takes quite a bit of bench time from one of our master watch makers and we know from experience that it costs about $750.00 minimum to put a watch through the process. This does not include the cost of purchasing the watch nor putting on a nice band. So, when you see that our price on this one is at the benchmark minimum, you can be assured that it is a real bargain. Sure it has some dial deterioration, but it is all original and it contains a nice Swiss, 17 jewel movement that is housed in a stainless steel case that measures 32mm in diameter (not including the crown) by 40mm lug to lug by 8mm thick (including the crystal). The case back screws down, a sign that it is well-sealed against moisture and dust. The "Incabloc" notation on the dial lets you know that it has "Kif" springs in the cap jewel settings that give it a little shock resistance. Its dial design is unusual and the case and movement are in fine, running condition. You might purchase this one to try out the idea and then later trade-up when you feel more comfortable in the vintage field. This is a watch to cut your teeth on as you enjoy, and come to love, wind-up watches. You can't beat the price for a fully-restored and warrantied Swiss manual-wind wristwatch!