This one is an oldie, part of an estate. The case is White Gold Filled, and oddly, the dial appears to be white gold filled also, or white gold plate of some kind, and originally highly polished. There is no evidence of any Radium on the dial or in the hands, but I will be testing this when I get to the shop and use the Geiger Counter. It's possible the Radium was removed, but the dial will still be hot.
EDIT: The dial shows no trace of radioactivity, and neither do the hands.
The movt is a 6AF, which is an FHF 332, like the 6AE, 6AB, 6AR, 6AS, and 6AW.
15 jewels and in surprisingly good condition for its advanced age, with original dust shield made of celluloid. A very petite and good looking ladies watch. I originally thought the crown might be a replacement, but I have seen several now in the Debutante series that are the same as this, just a gold filled crown. This is the condition as found, and we will be doing the CTR and cleaning up the case and putting on a new strap also.