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I doubt that's the model name - OROLOGIO is:
1) an Italian word that simply translates as "watch".
2) It's also the name of a watch magazine printed in Italian.
"The Hamilton Italian Magazine Watch"?....I don't think so. I too want to know what Hamilton has to say about
this piece. Since it's not a KHAKI or a VENTURA, I'd expect a generic name, like "Hamilton Men's Gold Plated Watch"...
...IF it's legit!
 

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I doubt that's the model name - OROLOGIO is:
1) an Italian word that simply translates as "watch".
2) It's also the name of a watch magazine printed in Italian.
"The Hamilton Italian Magazine Watch"?....I don't think so. I too want to know what Hamilton has to say about
this piece. Since it's not a KHAKI or a VENTURA, I'd expect a generic name, like "Hamilton Men's Gold Plated Watch"...
...IF it's legit!
Hamilton may not be able to answer us.

I heard that a model similar to this was sold in Italy before, so I asked Hamilton for data yesterday. The watch is called 'Lancaster Line 46009P'. This information is not online.

Hamilton's watches, which were sold in Italy at that time, seem to lack information. I've seen a question on the forum that Hamilton watches in the 80s and 90s were under-informed because they didn't produce catalogs.

Like 46009P, this model seems to have been sold in Italy, but it seems very difficult to know the exact name without this paper left.
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