I know it's not everyone's grail....I kind of rescued this one.
It was a converted 1600 to 1601 with gold fluted and crown.
I had this dial and handset.
I serviced the movement and made a few tweaks to the micro stella screws...
On my wrist it is danged near perfect...I love not having to set my watch for days on end...and knowing it is within a couple of seconds.
I like a crisp case...especially on non sports watches. I had the case finished and reinstalled the movement a couple of days ago.
Everytime you make any change...like uncasing and recasing...you often get slightly different timing results...this one...stayed put
I had an NOS Rolex strap and buckle that I bought at their hefty price tag a few years back for another watch that they serviced that I subsequently sold.
A bit off the beaten path being a 1600...with a slightly uncommon dial.
Fun at modest expense.