Hello Everyone! Brand new here and having trouble getting information about a Universal Geneve wristwatch from unknown year(engraving suggesting it was a gift and dated Feb. 1962). I have searched forum after forum, looked at Ranff's list, numerous watch books, but I cannot find any info related to this watch or movement. Silver'ish dial signed Universal Geneve, in an 18k white gold case ~33mm minus crown, rectangular lugs, case back inside hallmarked 18k and signed UNIVERSAL GENEVE, serial numbers on case back outside. SUPER THIN movement (less than 2mm) watch is almost same thickness as U.S. nickel..movement is about 9lignes / ~21mm wide(haven't measured accurately movement has not been taken out case) winding wheel labeled universal geneve, plate that regulator is on is marked HON. the movement is similar to vacheron constantin's cal. 1003 (the escapement bridge is the most noticeable difference in arrangement). It appears that Universal Geneve made/modified/built a movement to compete with the Ultra_thin market, but I cant find any info on manual wind Just a lot of info on microrotor automatic. I would appreciate any input related to the watch. Thanks!