So here we have my little 14k solid gold Medicus. It's a very early model, 8.3 million on the 23.4 SC calibre. Obviously one or both of the hands are wrong. The minute hand is an "Alpha" and the hour hand is a "Plume". But what about the dial? The patina is is even and could be any originally light colour that has aged. The print is really sharp looking at the 1/5 seconds index through a loupe and is a little more saturated than I would expect for a watch of this age etc. The Arabic numerals are not painted but applied and when I rotate the watch there are glints of light. Underneath I suspect they are gilt. So do you think this is an historic redial of what was originally a light cream dial with gilt number? And if you conclude it's a redial would you redial it again back to what you think it originally was?