Dear Vintage Watchuseekers,
I just want to share my newly serviced and restored 17 jewel Camy watch. You might also know some info and background on it that you may want to share. It has two crowns, the one below is for setting time and winding and the other for a mechanical alarm. Both crowns have the Camy insignia. The alarm has a buzzing sound, and it's not as loud as my Revue Thommen Cricket's alarm.
The casing is also bronze, I think. I don't know if brass was used for casing because both metals look alike and has certain copper content. Before it was serviced, the casing was dark brown; after the service and cleaning, it was golden yellow. I think Camy is still around too. It has a Hong Kong office, and I'm not certain if this model came from the 60s or 70s.
The second crown's plating faded, but it still looks fine to the overall look of the watch. It has been keeping good time too. I don't know what movement it has. The Camy originally had a dark brown strap, but I placed a black crocodile to give it an elegant direction. Thanks for viewing my thread.