Welcome to the forum.....May 10 2012 at 8:57 PM
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|George S |
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That catalog number in not in the usual literature that I have seen, but manual wind "waterproof" models of that era were either Sprites or Marlins, with the Sprite being a smaller boys size watch. The case style looks more like a Sprite but the size appears to be full size arguing for the Marlin designation. This may be a European style with a different nomenclature. Also, it appears to have a pewter finish, which is not the typical bright chrome or gold colored plating usually seen. All in all, it is an uncommon style and I hope someone more knowledgeable than me can ID it.