I'm a new poster to WUS but it's been helpful as I dip my toes in the watch world. I just bought my first vintage watch (I do have my grandfather's '50s Record, which you can see in my thumbnail shot), a Gallet two-register chrono. I need some help nailing down precisely which model it might be. From my trolling around WUS and Gallet's site, I think it most closely resembles a MultiChron 45, though there are some differences from the ones Gallet uses as examples. The case appears gold-plated with a steel back. It's no older than 1959, based on an inscription date on the back. I have a shot of the movement provided by the seller but the file's too big to upload and I can't figure out to reduce it. It appears to be an EP4 or EP40. It's keeping good time (when I remember to wind it) but it's a lt's a little hard to set because the crown adjustment is imprecise. Is this something a watchmaker remedy? Also, I notice that when I set it the second hand seen on the left of the face does not stop moving, so it's hard to get an exact sync. Also the numerals and hands have no illumination left. Can I have that fixed without doing a wholesale restoration because the I'd like to leave the dial alone. Any thoughts welcome.