Case appears to be the correct period and I think the 471 was the 44 jewel version but really trim is the man you need. However what we really need to see is the actual movement inside and that will tell us whether it really is a 471 and 44 jewels. From the wear around the crown either this wasn't a watch which was worn daily or the autowind wasn't working too well.
No, its a Vanguard with just a Stingray dial. Everything else is a Vanguard 316 - which also had the 28 jewel 471. Actually the 28 jewel movement was more reliable. The ruby bearings could fracture when the watch was dropped/battered. They stopped doing the ruby bearings sometime around 1967/68.
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