I've had this one in my collection for a while.
Going through my watches and pens debating which to sell and which to keep to cover a personal obligation.
This is a 1948 (serial number 8740132) 14k pink gold filled Treasurer case. The movement however is a 1947 10BC with 21 jewels and adjusted.
This movement of course has no holes for movement ring screws. Looking at movement ring I can't see any evidence of marring from screw heads.
The dial is salmon colourd and has gold hands.
So what do I have here--a legitimate example or a Frankenbully?