Found a watch from the 50's

I cleaned my Room today and found my grandmothers watch,

I never met her and she died during the 70's and I have no memory or anything of her except couple of pictures,

she bought this Watch in 1956, And I am going to keep it until the day I die,

btw, IT ACTUALLY WORKS

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  1. I'm totally with you. I have drawer finds from relatives that died before my birth and they will not leave the family.
  2. So many questions on this watch. It's a totally fascinating and unique design, of course. All of it, the hands, the typeface, the case shape, the case shape, the sector (?) lines, the debossed came in the case. Roughly what size is this? Where is the crown and the lugs? I'm guessing this is Soviet? Anyone know what he paper says in toto?
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Grandma had a large wrist.

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Aurelian

Grandma had a large wrist.

350mm including the crown, 170mm lug to lug. Low profile; definitely a dress watch.

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  • sigh *