Just got this in from the highlands of Sunny Scotland It was an attic find, one previous family. Sitting gathering dust for 20 years after being passed down to a son who didn't want to revive or repair it.. I decided to take him in and give him a new lease of life! Whilst not attractive to some, I can live with the dial patina, it's aged to a charming golden yellow. And has nice gold accents and numbers and the lume has gone a sort of charcoal colour. Case caked throughout in muck and grime I cleansed the remnants of rust that were appearing near the movement, trying not to allow any into it..luckily not too much actually on it anyway! I stealthily removed the fixo-flex bracelet too The watch was advertised as "not working" needing repairs. Once I've done the cosmetics I will send him off for a proper service, as he deserves it, but it does amaze me every single time knowing these watches have literally been sat and gathering dust in someone's attic! and in some cases, still run! It has a 2577-3 case and a 343RG under the hood! After a gentle rub down and polywatch clean, I saw it was an original signed crystal, too. At the beginning it wasn't running, probably just seized up, lubricants dried... By the end it had a heart beat.. It's subdial seconds came to life.. Now it's ready to be serviced!