This was my grandfathers grail watch and was purchased used in the 60's (my guess is that the watch is originally from the early 50's or late 40's). I am looking for any information I can get on the company. I have seen some other Imperios watches around but it seams that this company did not produce many watches. Does anyone have guesses on which movement is inside? The watch has an 18 Rubis movement and I have been unable to remove the case back myself to peak inside. I assume Rubis is nothing too special and only a different word for Jewels but let me know if I am wrong. The watch is branded swiss made and has a significant wrist presence with 20mm lugs. The entire case is 18k gold with 18k 0.750 displayed on the back along with 132. Does anyone know what the 132 means? (note: the serial number is displayed also so it is not that). I wanted to know what the outer blue numbers are used for ... is this a tachymeter (others I have seen only amount to 500 not 1000). What kind of person would need this functionality along with a 45 second and 60 second timer ? The dial is textures in a sweeping wave pattern. If anyone has even the most obvious information they can share with me about this watch or the company please let me know.