Thought for some crazy reason you might like to take a look at the other side of the fence. A box of lemels and sweeps just came in. 3 boxes of mixed up drawer junk.
A few good items, including some useful parts movements, a lot of Seiko stuff which is not much use, and this - perhaps the saddest Tissot I've seen.
It was in different boxes, I spent ages sorting through to find the case, in a different box from the movement, which was in a different box from the back. There seem to be some pushers as well. It was harder finding the cock, and it took me almost an hour to find the balance assembly.
I don't know what is up with it, but the movement is a Val. 7733 and seems to be complete. It isn't running, but it actually looks like it would be be salvageable. It may just end up being something to play with - but, I do have a question.
Did this thing have a bezel? And is this possibly it? It looks a little to Seiko to me, although it looks like it might fit, but I can't see how it would mount on the plastic/rubber ring thing.
Now I look again at the photo, it seems unlikely. But, I'll leave the question as asked anyway.
BTW, case looks rusty - but it is stainless and would clean up fine. Dial, well - beyond salvage.
** edit: Bugger it. I've just realised the flyback lever is missing.