Hi guys! Firstly let me apologise for being a complete watch newbie. My brother recently died and I ended up with his collection of watches. Mostly Invicta dive watches which are pretty straight forward. However, he still had an old watch that my Dad left him. It's a Titus chronograph (hope that's the right term) with an 18 ct rose gold case and a hand painted copper dial. I took it to a local jeweller who knows his stuff, and he gave me a rough value, but said it was a guess, as according to his databases, Titus never made one with a copper face. I'm never going to sell it, but would love some more info on it. We know my Dad already had it when he met my Mum in 1952, but it could be a lot older. The strap is newish, but apparently the clasp is original. Would appreciate any assistance!
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