This was my father's 14K gold L2 (1952) watch which I recently restored. I am unsure of the model name. The stem is not original.The dial looks like the Ardsley, but the bezel doesn't quite match. Might be the Wembley which appears in one of the ads, but not sure. Not for sale, just looking to identify and display.
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I agree outer lug corners do resemble the ad in some of the photos, my concern is the steps on the sides of the case. On subject watch; step (under crown) appears longer and more angular than watch represented in ad. On subject watch, crown side is flat and "corners" to the case body. In the ad, step appears to have a more gradual radius turn to case body. Wembly case also appears "pinched" in both above referenced ads(for lack of a better description) in the center at points where steps meet case main body with a sort of bulge between the side steps and case outer lug corners, while subject watch is not.
Another issue is subject watch is 14K gold and Wembley is listed as plated.
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