Good day, all, Looking at picking up an inexpensive vintage piece with a black dial, and I like the look of the Eternas. Found the one below on eBay with dull pics and half a description. Seller says it's from the 50s, original dial, in running order, and is asking $225. Can anyone comment on how this looks? Since it's eBay, I'm not counting on being able to get better pics from the seller. I adjusted the levels on the pics because they were very dark, but I'm still unsure this signature is any good. I know there are at least two correct fonts on vintage Eternas, but I haven't yet trained to Eternas. Signature here is nicely centered, but I'm not seeing the distinctive font that thins from top to bottom. Could it be the rounded-A font? Hands have a cutout, possibly for lume, but the dial doesn't appear to have lume, though it has what looks to be empty lume plots. Crown is unsigned, which seller says could be correct, but he doesn't inspire confidence. I'm willing to take a gamble on a watch without movement pics, but I like to have more confidence in the dial first. I'm guessing this is more expensive than it should be, but black dial, so here it is. Thanks in advance!