Appears to have the Original Band
I believe this is a "President" but I'm not sure about the 17J movement.
this one in the 1960 ads.
EDIT: I still cannot do it! it's on page 12 anyway, the ad with the Webster.
What can't you do Bobbee?
Here's the ad.
I still do not know how to copy a pic in ads pages and paste to the relevant post. My relationship with computers is an equal, two-way one, a hate- hate one!
Shawn you Show off! : ) Original strap too.
I wonder, this is the second watch from the mid-fifties that have featured in the so called 1960 ad. I think there must be a mistake in the ad date.
Haha yeah I had just found that AD also :), I love that there are so many more ADs than just a month or two ago. The effort is really paying off!
You guys are too funny, I'm laughing hard right now. Bobbee, I'll PM you on how to do that with the ads, It's not hard at all once you know how. Took me what, a minute or so. lol Better yet, PM me your phone # if you live in the US and I'll talk you through it., might be alot easier that way.
I live in the UK Shawn, and no, I don't live in a castle with servants! : )
Got ya, we'll keep it to PM, either Will or myself. Just trying to help.
Ads for 56 show 17j movt, examples from db show same.....This is an AS 1200 and a common movt in the early fifties.