I purchased it. Can provide movement shots when it comes in.On the outside, looks legit- at least I have been able to find other specimens, which look identical, and which don't look like they were tampered with.
A movement pic would be necessary in order to assess the authenticity of it. The case has some heavy brassing, the lume is in a bad condition as well.
Thank you!Should probably have a Landeron 48 inside, or variant. Also, I would guess that the diameter is rather small, something like 34mm. This would have to be considered an entry level vintage chronograph in very rough shape. A standard service varies quite a bit on location, but my watchmaker's fee would start at about $300, and rise if parts/repairs are needed.