Mid-60's, Swiss (You already knew that). There's lots of examples on the internet of that particular brand and based on what I've saw it's worth <$200, but I'd do some searching to get a good cross section of the prices that they sell for. If you don't know the service history on it and are planning to wear it I'd have a watch maker give it a service which should cost around $150 if it doesn't need parts.
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