I am considering buying a Blancpain 18k chronograph from a local source but have searched the internet thoroughly and can't find anything on it. I don't have a picture of it but will try to get some tomorrow. The seller claims it is the smallest chronograph ever made and it measured 32.58mm without the crown. I believe it is a Leman due to the back having the cutouts and the dial has only the 12 with sticks for the other numbers. It has NO.14 on the reverse and has a red arrow on the second hand. It looks exactly like this one linked below in 18k so I guess it is a ladies watch? Any help with dating it and rarity is much appreciated and I will post pics as soon as I can.