This is pretty much a scrap watch but the inscription on the back plate intrigues me. It appears to be in Hungarian (google translate was stumped). It has an "Imperios" movement - which seems to be an undistinguished Swiss brand. Any Hungarian speakers like to offer an interpretation?
The movement is an AS 984 or a derivative thereof, the inscription is in Hungarian indeed. Uncle Google says that "eredmenyes" means "successful", so I suppose it's a presentation watch. Sucessful sports-something, no idea what FTG-Edosz is. Company? Sports club? No idea. Lovely country, Hungary. Fantastic cuisine, great wines as well, got to love the landscapes just east of Budapest. But the language...
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