Unfortunately, it is difficult to tell you exactly what you have as there are many Deville models from this time period. Your best bet would be to have a watchmaker open the back and get you the case reference and movement numbers. This will allow you to ponpoint the model. Once you know that you can have a look at the completed auctions on eBAY or other online dealers and find out what these are typically selling for.
Hope this helps.
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