I have just been offered, somewhat inexpensively, a beautiful Universal single button chrono. It is late 20s / early 30s, with the tiny subs on the porcelain dial, and a crack (that I cant see on the photos) which might indicate that it has been played around with. I also cant see any signature on the movement, which might just mean that the photos are too fuzzy. Beautiful and large at 39mm but relatively standard. It looks a lot like one of those 20s/early 30s hinged back cases which on inspection prove to be paper thin 18ct. Not sure if anyone here would have sufficient expertise to know what is going on but this watch has the oval lugs and a push button in the lower oval! I have never seen any chrono with the pusher at 6 before. Either this IS rare or does anyone have any reason to think this fishy? I am NOT a timex wearer who likes to obsess about other people's supposed frankenwatches but was there a time when chronos just came into fashion when case makers were converting lapel/pocket watches like this to wrist and turning the dial? Has anyone here ever seen a 1920s s/b chrono with the pusher at 6?