Lebin 17J wrist watch, vintage mechanical manual-wind nickel split plate movement with bold red ruby jewels and a dragon-scale damascene pattern, silver-toned metal dial with a vertical brushed finish and black Roman numerals has a few small specks of discoloration along with a line of discoloration around the edge where the case meets the dial, slender black steel baton style hands with pointed end details.
Elegant 0.800 marked solid silver wide oval case with a rounded top bezel supporting a flat glass crystal and a white base metal (WBM) crown, case is showing normal even wear overall with a few heavy scuffs on the frame, brass showing on the crown and notable scratches on the right side of the crystal, unfortunately we do not have a replacement crystal available for this watch, measures approx. 35mm wide x 23mm tall x 6mm thick (crystal included), attached matching graduated link silver bracelet-style band with rounded offset oval segments and a smooth polish clasp that is marked 0.800, band does have some tarnish between the links we were not able to polish out but that a professional jeweler may be able to address, wearable length of the watch is approx. 160-165mm, case and band (no watch movement) weigh approx. 42.0 dwt. A heavy and distinctive solid silver vintage watch from the late 1960s or early 1970s in good overall condition!
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