This agreeable simplistic watch from the strong and heritage rich brand Hamilton is from the 1970's and is in good working order.
The dial is white/silver and in close to perfect condition. The baton hour markers are silver and so is the minute and hour hands and the sweeping central second hand. There is a date complication at 3 o' clock.
The stainless steel case has a closed back which is usually an advantage for watches of this age because it makes them more difficult to open which means it is unlikely to ever have been opened or serviced by anyone but qualified watchmakers.
The Hamilton lever movement inside is clean, beats at 18,000 A/h, has a strong tick and loses approximately 10-15 seconds per day. It is marked 'Hamilton Watch Co C94A Seventeen 17 Jewels Cal 64 Unadjusted Swiss and the number 4869501.
The back cover is marked to the inside Hamilton Lancaster PA Stainless Steel R483913 Star W C Co 986064.
The watch is fitted on an extremely lightly used black lizard embossed genuine leather strap which complements the watch well.
This watch is 40 years old and while it has passed our testing and does keep time and has a good power reserve, it must be taken into account that it is a vintage watch and its performance is not to be compared to modern quartz watches.
This watch comes in a high-quality zipped and padded travel case from Beco-Technic and a certificate of authenticity from Arlington watches.