Today I went to my watchmaker to get the band on a Citizen sized for my wrist.
In his watch case was a Bucherer automatic watch. A closer look showed that not only did this watch have waterproof (a sign it was a 1960's watch) on the case back but wording that said it was tested at 20 ATM. It also had a screw down crown which I had not seen on a 1960's watch other then a Rolex. As it was serviced with a year warranty and was a stainless steel watch. I bought it
(I cannot do a simple thing like go into a watch place to size a band without leaving with another watch)
For those that don't know Bucherer is a Swiss jewelry/fashion house (like Tiffany) that uses movements from watch manufactures. It was not uncommon to have a Bucherer watch with a Vacharon, Rolex, Eterna, Valijoux movement in it.
This company has always had a close relationship with Rolex because Ernst Bucherer and Hans Wilsdorf (Rolex founder) were good friends.
Here are pics of the "new" watch before it got it's band.