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Other than the wrong crown as you saw it appears 100% correct. Getting quite hard to find good dials and inner rings like this one.

Not the greatest condition case but you can swap in another later on if need be.
 

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Absolutely worth the money! Keep in mind that it will need a complete service, new crown, and new crystal. Jump on it!

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Not It is expensive; logically it does not have its original mesh or the crown, the dial looks good, not restored, and see that the internal bezel and its movement work well; you have to change the glass, but at that cost ...

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I hazard to say the dial is relumed and the H&M hands are not original to the watch. Reason is the subdial has started to oxidise and the inner rotating ring is faded which isn't commensurate with the aforementioned.

The crown as pointed out will need repeated. Likely the stem is the bog standard 61xx crown. Missing/wrong crown usually points to the gear cog and spring will also be missing in a big majority of these unless seller confirms the rotating ring is moved by crown. Account $65-100 to sort this and then some if you need to get it serviced.

Accounting for the above, $300 is a good deal.
 
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