...I'm too predictable.
Will send you a scan, but be warned, I'm somehow a timeless person. To be honest, I have some kg of vintage JLC material that *should* be available to the public but on the other hand I'm freakin lazy - it was easier to go to DC to get Zaf take pictures of my watches than doing it myself. Lol.
The lume on my DSA's hands was removed since it was pretty discoloured and I made some bad experience with re-lume. Yes I'm speaking about the ends where you can see a darker discolouration.
For some time I'm suspicious about what JLC reports about their history, may it be different production figures or putting history in a more comfortable way. I simply don't know if the DSA was a US branch invention or a Le Sentier idea, but from what I learned about JLC, it is unlikely in my mind.
See this, to figure out how history is broken:
Quote: The first JLC waterproof alarm watch was actually the Deep Sea, a modele created especially for the US market and launched in 1961!
So two mistakes in one sentence, and the info came from your precursor moderator with Le Sentier as his source.
Yes I know I'm splitting hairs...
Cheers - Ilja
PS: Feel free to make an offer.