Established as late as 1976, Raymond Weil was entering the Swiss watch market at an innovative time and could only survive by being on top of their game and making a name for themselves, which they clearly did. The Geneve 5766/2 was an early model produced in the early 1990s and is definitely one of their more attractive models with the well know ‘Tank’ design. The 18k gold electroplated rectangular case measures around 20mm in diameter and 28mm from lug to lug, a smaller watch, and it does show some wear and fading in areas. The white dial has Roman numerals and black sword-shaped hands and is protected under a mineral crystal with slight wear. The RW quartz movement has been inspected and keeps perfect time. The gold crown may have been replaced at some point as it is unsigned. The back case has the logo and model number 5766/2 and s/n #K002473. The original bracelet has been replaced with a new genuine leather bracelet and will fit a wrist of 6.5” or 16.5cm approximately. The watch comes with the original box but it is not in a good condition and certainly aged. Water-resistance is not guaranteed as this watch is not sealed.