The Perry featured a 14K gold filled case with 18K gold numerals on a sterling silver dial. Only an AGN dial was available. Under the dial was a high grade 19 jewel, 14/0 sized 982 movement.
The Perry tends to wear fairly well and will often show some minor wear through to the edges of the lugs and corners of the bezel but very nice examples are easy to find.
I've had the opportunity to restore a number of Perrys. They are good candidates for restoration since the cases are usually in nice shape - which is the most important part. But sometimes the dials can really show their age. The example below is typical... look how dirty this watch was... this must have been "a working man's watch". The dial had lost most of its printing so a redial was definitely in order.
After a thorough servicing, polishing the case and installation of a new dial and glass crystal, this Perry was restored to its original glory.