Laurel, it's a very special name to Seiko. In 1913, Seiko produced their first wrist watch, named Laurel. During all these decades, Seiko brought out a number of different Laurel models to the market. The one you see here, was a 1959 production. Manual wind and a very simple design.
Nothing fancy about this watch, just a plain dial, shinny and pointy hands, curved acrylic crystal, and a then slimline case. On the movement it was marked Seikosha. Movement is straight forward as well, and well built. That's why after 60 solid years of running, a simple lubrication service will bring it back to good time keeping condition. Even if you look at it as of today, it still looks elegant.