The Hamilton Dennis was introduced in 1948 and produced for four years. It's very similar to a few other models from the same period... like the Alan and Boulton.
The Dennis came in a 10K gold filled case with a sterling silver dial with solid 18K gold numerals.
Behind the dial is a 14/0 sized, 17 jewel 980 movement.
One odd thing about the Dennis is that it takes a narrower strap than other models... it's 14mm by today's standards. For today's man, I think a 14mm long strap is the best option.
Here's an example of a Dennis that I restored last year for a friend of mine named... you guessed it - Dennis!
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