As mentioned in another thread a few days ago, today I visited the Musée d'Horlogerie du Locle where there is currently an exhibition about DOXA. I took some photos to share with you. I don't know the DOXA brand so I'm not exactly sure what's in the photos but hope they'll be of interest.
The museum is an old chateau on the outskirts of Le Locle. This is the exhibit shot from the hallway that separates this room from a VERY formal sitting room with a number of very old, very expensive (I assume) clocks.
I'm not sure what these are but they must be special because they were the only two watches in this case. I really like them whatever they are. :)
The sign in this case indicates that the watches are from 1930-1960. The text is in French.
This case is 1960-2000.
And this case is 1957-Present. Obviously, there is some overlap.
This skeleton watch looked interesting.
I love old promotional posters and this one is a beauty.
I apologize for the photography - the lighting was a challenge and no flashes allowed. I hope this gives the local DOXA fanatics a feel for the exhibit.