I had acquired a few months back at an antique mall a what I'm thinking is possibly a 1940s Bifora Military issue watch that was possibly used during WWII but am not sure as I don't have much info on the watch and I haven't found much information about the Bifora Watch Company except a brief little article that told about the history of the company and what all they made watch wise. If anyone on here can give me some additional Info on this watch I would be most happy. Also would like to know if it has any monetary value or whether it would be worth getting it repaired as its a 15-jewel watch and it was fully lumed at one point in time until it all wore out and has what I was told to be "military issue numbers" on the dial and takes the old one piece cloth wristbands that thread through the fixed lugs.
The movement says:
15 Jewels D.R.G.M.