I was looking on the infamous auction site for a balance staff when I stumbled upon this 992B, It had 5 mins to run with no serious bids and I picked it up for just over US$100 including post. I've always wanted a 992B, just because, but the prices were always too high for me. I know this has a few cosmetic issues but the movement appears pristine and is accurate. I'm asking the seasoned Hamilton collectors to let me know what they think, is it a 'lemon'? Canadian style dial is damaged but I like the look and I can make a better repair. Swan neck regulator spring is bent but intact. Movement is for 1949 and the model A case (without shoulders on the crown) would appear to be correct for the date. The case has some brassing to the rear. The chain loop doesn't look to be the same as what i've seen on other model A's but looks to be same as those on the 1953 advert so could be a Hamilton replacement. Anything else that the eagle eyed can spot?