Description: The dial IS a redial. I am by no means an expert, the following information is just what i was able to find or what others have told me. The watch has a 15 jewel Movado Cal. 470 movement. It was likely made in the 1940s or early 1950s. It appears to have been serviced in the past given the light etchings on the inside of the case back, however i do not know when it was last serviced. Movement is accessed by unscrewing the first case back, then lifting the second case back using the small notch.
Condition: The watch gains about 2 minutes every 24 hours. There's vertical running marks on the crystal, along with light scratches. Light scratches throughout the case. Again, the dial IS a redial. However, the case, crown, and movement all seem to be original, the last 4 digits in the first series of
numbers on the case back matches the numbers by the lugs.
Diameter: ~32 mm
Lug to Lug: 40 mm
Lug Width: 16 mm
Power Reserve: ~ 41 hours
Movement: Movado Cal. 470
Blued Hands, however the blue isn't very noticeable and appears black in most lights.
Looking for a trade, I'm open to anything.
If you have any questions, feel free to pm me.