In the early 1960s Citizen used their ‘jet’ movement in their line of automatic watches. Featuring a circular geared rotor, the Jets have an unmistakable design once the case back is removed (see this page for more information: http://sweep-hand.org/the-jet-automatic/.
Most of the Jet automatics can also be hand wound, but a few models don’ t have this feature, notably the ‘Rookie’. First produced in 1962, the Rookies were made with the plain dialled 03 movement or the 113 movement with date complication. Both movements had either 17 or 19 jewels. The 03 versions have small recessed crowns since they were not needed for winding, whilst the 113 have larger crowns to help with date setting. My example is one of these, with 19 jewels:
The back shows the model name and the older style model number:
This one appears to be on its original leather strap, which is no longer in wearable condition, but it’s interesting to see – typical for its day, it tapers strongly to the buckle end:
Also present is the original tag, showing the retail price in the early 1960s:
No movement shot since I don’t want to risk damage!