A size of watch we rarely post, this exception is special in many ways. It is only 23 mm diameter and the stainless steel bracelet (signed “Keeper”) will fit a wrist not larger than 14,5 cm. It is by a maker known for relatively cheap watches, but this model has some qualities: The well used stainless steel case is monocoque, ie. it does not open from the back. (It follows the same principle as the Omega Seamaster DeVille models – which is by the way Tissot´s sister company). Advantages using the monocoque cases are: better water resistance and making it more difficult and thereby less tempting for amateurs to try opening the watch to access the movement. This small case is equipped with an automatic movement, which has a seconds hand and sports a date function! All these three functions are often skipped in so small ladies watches. Because of its very charming and well kept dial and hands we have fully serviced it. The movement is caliber 718-1 and the case numbers are 37504/38504 – 3X. The watch dates to ca 1966.