I am aware that the watch in the picture is pretty unclear, but nevertheless I thought I will give it a try.
unfortunately I wasn't able to find other pictures, where the watch is more visible.
Could it be a Junghans?
Rationaltime, thanks a lot for the help!
it seems there is an inscription in the lower half of the dial. So its probably not the Junghans trilastic, as I assumed before, since there are no inscriptions on the Junghans Trilastic dial.
Could be almost every 1950s brand, Bifora, Junghans, ZentRa, Junghans, Stowa, Laco, Kienzle. I tend to say it is a watch with „Antimagnetic“ imprint on the lower half of the dial. Some Kienzle, ZentRa watches have had such - somehow - prominent imprint.
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