Worry not about your use of the English language; thank you for your efforts with it's use. I know it can be a tough one to learn .....
All I can offer concerning the watch is that it appears to be a piece from the 1940's or early '50's. It's worth may be greater to you than the public; if this is a family heirloom, and it's still operational, I humbly suggest sending the watch to a watch-maker for restoration.
If nothing else, you'd know that you are wearing a 40+ year old timepiece that more-than-likely has a very interesting background.
Good luck with whatever path you take with this beauty, and share with us pics and/or the story.
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