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This is a 14K solid white gold case, crystal fits flush to the case everywhere. Not sure if crystal is plastic or glass, the watchmaker thinks maybe plastic. The band is an aftermarket Spiedel vintage band with round ends - it has to go. Dial looks original and is charcoal grey with a slightly different shade frame around the outer edge where the minute markers are painted. Light spotting on dial. White gold hour markers at 1,2,4,5,7,8,10 and 11. Hands are all white gold. White gold-color signed crown, I assume it's original. Watch came from e-bay. Movement not running due to broken hairspring, parts movement en-route to effect repair.
What model is it? I know it's from the "His Excellency" line, but being a 1947 in solid gold, it should have a model name. I'm thinking possibly a "Tuxedo" but missing the gold band (?)
Any help appreciated.