Black dialed Movados from this period (1955-1960) are rare. This full lumen arabic numbered specimen was bought by the first owner from Alf Lie (“chronometer maker”) in Oslo 1957. Much in the “dirty dozen” military style from the World War II, this Movado has typical original details like the shaped crown, the 4672 reference stamped between the top lugs, and the super informative inside back cover. The all steel case signed “FB” (Francois Borgel). is sharp and unpolished. The inner dust cap is present and the 5570 caliber movement is fully serviced. The dial is very well preserved, with a large, sunken small seconds gilt and ringed subdial. All lume on the dial are framed white silver surround, and the outer minute/seconds scale and the subdial have similar matching thin silver detailing. The lume on the two main hands is aged slightly differently and a small piece is missing near the center on the hour hand. The case measures just short of 34 mm, and is 9,3 mm thick. Lug width is 16 mm. This is an historic interesting vintage watch from a famous factory.