I sold some modern watches that haven't been getting wrist time and used the funds to grow my vintage collection. It's been a lot of fun and I've been scouring Ebay and auction sites looking for both specific types of watches as well as ones that just appeal to me. Always wanted to get a dress watch from each of the "Big Three" and already have a Patek Calatrava so when I saw this thought it would make a good addition but it will be a while before I get to add a VC as budget is tapped. It was delivered today and is incredibly thin, 31.5mm w/o crown and literally less than 4mm thick with 2003 caliber movement. The 2003 movement itself is 1.6mm. All original dial, crown and AP buckle, strap may be too but can't be sure. Found this on Ebay and auction was on a charitable website I frequent for art and other collectables. This was a donation to the charity and I have a feeling this sat in a drawer for many years but it has been keeping good time for eight hours although will still need to get it serviced and I only partially wound it so when it runs down I will not run it again until service. Dial has a bit of wear on the crown side but it really isn't noticeable while wearing. The inside of the crystal had some residue and when cleaned up it really made a difference in the appearance. I guess nobody wants the vintage small watches as I was the only bidder and the starting price was $1299. It certainly isn't a dive watch but I am very pleased to have added it to my collection.