Look at this very uncommon, ultra-thin vintage 1970s, 18k solid-white-gold Universal Geneve Golden Shadow! The solid-white-gold case spreads out across the wrist, measuring 32x37mm lug-to-lug. The thickness is a mere 7.8mm including the crystal. This television-shaped size allows for more wrist coverage and does appear larger than the dimensions. Finding any vintage watch in white gold is uncommon and of course, they are highly sought after. The 18k solid-white-gold case shimmers and is free of any major dings or scratches. This original azure-blue dial radiates that starburst-pattern reminiscent to the blue-dial watches of the 1970s. The famous micro-rotor automatic winding movement was a milestone in its time and was amongst the thinnest movements manufactured in the era. Universal Geneve was founded in 1894 and today produces extremely expensive watches.