I have an original Movado Museum 14k gold solid men's watch that upon inspection has some different information that I could use help deciphering. The case number is 246 224 085 then a number below it as 02585. The MVT is Calibre 246 17J, no SN number. The bezel is 32.50 mm and the thickness is 6.88 mm including the crystal. The inside back case is marked U.S.A. MOVADO but it was bought for a fact I know as my sister bought a men's and women's for my parents between 1971 and 1976 in Europe when she went overseas and gave them to them on her return. I was only 11-15 years old so I can't remember what year and I am the only surviving member of my family so I have no receipts or boxes but the pictures show you what the master watch repairman showed me. It was my Father's watch I inherited almost 30 years ago and I have 2 severely Autistic children, ADHD and heavily medicated and can not pass the watch to them as they would lose it or destroy it in nothing flat. I have kept it in a temperature controlled safe and worn it less than 15 times in 30 years it runs beautifully. I may be ready to part with it to a collector if it turns out to be unusual due to what you all see and tell me as Movado was completely unhelpful except for a steep fee for very little information other than a generic appraisal and I am trying to figure out how a 14k solid gold version of this watch bought in Europe could be marked U.S.A. and "Swiss Factories" stamped inside at the same time? I would like to figure out the year of manufacture and if this piece is possibly more unusual or authentic than others made around that time frame. It is also marked "MOVADO 14k Gold" on the outside as seen in the pics and says "MOVADO Swiss" on the outside front lower edge. Any help with information is appreciated.