Glashütte Original Senator Moonphase, Powerreserve and small date. Ref. 39-44-04-12-04 I had looked at watch for several years before i bought it. I always consider any purchase seriously as I, up until now, have sold any watches. A contributing factor was the lack of an AD in Denmark. I finally found it in London, or rather my wife spotted it in a shop that I didn’t even know was a GO dealer. The model has been discontinued but it comes up for sale from time to time. The Movement: The movement is the ’old’ GO workhorse, Cal. 39, an automatic calibre with unidirectional winding. It was also used in some of Union Glashütte’s watches as cal. 26, before they started using ETA calibres. This calibre is basically a descendant of the GUB Spezimatic movement and represents the link back to the GDR and pre-ww2 GO. That is one of the reasons why I wanted this particular movement in my collection. I’m not an expert in watch finish but seen though my eyes the movement is nicely finished. If I was a little closer to the dealer I would probably have the watch adjusted as it is gaining a little too much, but since I primarily use the watch as dresswatch it is of little or no significance. Who cares what the time is when you are in good company anyway? Case: The rounded case is in brushed, almost satin like, steel, so soft to look at and contrasting nicely to the polished bezel. #) mm is a small watch in this day and age but suitable for a dresswatch. The overall finished is top class. Dial: The dial is simple with the moonphase and PR indicator harmonically placed to balance each other in the upper part. The details in the dial are meticulous executed and I love the GO on the seconds hand. I haven’t regretted buying this watch and I’ve since acquired another German watch. Next goal is an A. Lange & Söhne, but that is way out in a future that hopefully includes a lottery win.