You will all have heard of MMMD's capture of the Zenith S58 at last week's Bonhams auction, during which I patiently let him and the other internet bidder sort out. I did advise him of the condition before the sale started and, in fact, had made him aware of it when the catalogue first came out. Anyway, I thought it was time to break cover with my purchase from the sale. I'm not going to play Lou's game of "What's in the box?" but here is the box. It is a bit of a work of art with a sliding, locking band and sprung loaded, bi-parting lid. Let me apologise for the photos but I can't bring myself to spend valuable watch money on a proper macro lens. Look what you see when you open it. Whilst I would love it to have a shiny dial, at least it is an honest patina. Nothing special about the case back apart from its origins. Still got its anti-magnetic inner cover The inside of the case back has got 14 service markings And here is the 458-3 movement .....and again with the brightness turned down Unfortunately, one of the watchmakers seems only to have had one screwdriver and the setting lever screw is deeply recessed so there is some "counter-sinking" type damage around that hole. Never the less - I love it.