Welcome to Watchuseek. Based on the photo, I can only say that it's a rather small chrome-plated Clebar. Minor plating loss on the case, but the dial and hands look to be in very nice condition.
I agree that 1950s is a reasonable guess just based on the general style. Watches like this don't generally have any specific model name, so all you can really hope to learn would be information about when it was produced and what movement it has. Obviously we would need photos of the inside to tell you more.
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