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Universal Geneve Polerouter 215-9 Microrotor.
Photos also here: https://ibb.co/album/bvviYv
One can see it has been used, but it's also in good cared for condition, so very good vintage condition, with marks consistent with it's age. No polishing or revisions that I'm aware of. Having said that, the watch is runing and keping time. I guess it looses 1 minute in 3-5 days.
No signed crown and dial or case (although this one is consistent with watch, made by Huguenin Freres - HF mark), it is crossless and dificult to find so clean, but here you can see that both were possible: https://thespringbar.com/blogs/guides/universal-geneve-polarouter. But please, do your owne judgement. It misses the case back sealing rubber.
It has 33.5mm excluding crown. Calibre runs at 18000bph.
I have no feedback here, but in my profile you can see some trading sites and my user names, and judge for your self.
Thanks you gents for considering.