I just picked this up for my wife, poorish pictures and described as non-working due to dead battery. I knew this to be incorrect information. Just over $60 won this
Outer and inner boxes and owners manual.
The manual is all Japanese , but there are a couple of interesting illustrations.
The inner box is pristine, it even still smells sort of...new...
Gold medallion in place under the factory sticker. These gold medallions tend to fall out. Rado must have used a poor glue to fix them in place.
From the outside the milanese bracelet looks generic but it is Rado signed on the inner portion of the clasp.
Classic black dial in a tungsten carbide scratchproof case with a faceted sapphire crystal.
I believe this Rado Balboa to be from the late sixties, possibly the early seventies. BTW, the ETA automatic movement started simply taking it out of the box.