Thought I'd post some pics, and see what additional information you guys might be able to throw my way. A search here and on the rest of the interest leads me to think that it has the the Landeron 48 movement, and the watch itself was made sometimes in the 40s. It runs well, so far. A few things wrong with it, though - the chrono doesn't reset to zero, it's a little dirty (inside and out). And there are definitely some scratches on the case, though no significant dents and gouges. I took it in to a local independent watch repairer / seller who I particularly trust, and who I know works on a lot of vintage. He said the internals look good, it could use a re-lube, and a cleaning. And he'd reset the chrono to zero. Should run me about $300, on top of the $400 I paid.