The first watch Hamilton produced after WWII was the Vancott.
Production Date: 1946 - 1947
Price When New: Unknown
Case: 10K Gold Bezel and Stainless Steel Back (This is the first Hamilton watch to use two different types of metals)
Case Manufacturer: S&W (Schwab & Wuischpard)
Production for this Variation: 2,918 (Hamilton records indicate that not all Vancott's produced may have been released sighting "awaiting technical OK" [for the 987-S]. This may explain why the Vancott is so rarely found)
Movement: 987S - 17-jewel Movement (with "hack" feature)