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It is a Union Soleure small seconds Incabloc.

The case is made up of the glass which I pressed out of the bezel/top part of the case.

I could post a picture later but at work right now and I don't have it with me. 

To remove the glass from the case I just had to push from the inside and it snapped out. No gaskets or anything...

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