Some more images may help - movement, case detail etc.
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I've never seen this movement, but it is obviously a manual-wind counterpart of this automatic:
bidfun-db Archive: Watch Movements: Movado 531
Regards, Roland Ranfft
The Baume seems to have a Fontainemelon (FHF) calibre, possily a Cal. 74 with the mainspring and geartrain bridges merged:
bidfun-db Archiv: Uhrwerke: FHF 745
I have something like that in a Ducati (if I remember right) - looks "Germanicised"! (I.e. Glashütte style 3/4 plate installed)
The Movado is cal 365 (11.25 Ligne DSS) and looks legit to me overall although I don't appreciate the clean up on the dial.
The Baume looks legit but keeps in mind it has nothing to do with the famous BAUME & MERCIER. It's a simple ebauche FHF as Hartmund suggested.
Tal E. Ben-Shlomo @ Timepiece Ltd Israel
It appears to be genuine looking at both the case & the movement incl the stamped case back. It's hard to tell if the case is solid gold. Look for the gold mark if any usually stamped - carat by percentage. 12 karat = 50 : 50 gold & metal content . 18 karat = 18 parts of gold & 6 parts of other metal. Hope this is helpful. Solid gold is 24 karat.
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