I heard that Favre-Leuba is one of the earliest Swiss watch makers. It is much earlier than some of the current big brands, so a watch made by this company with a nice S/S case and an in-house dual spring movement should not be passed if the price is right. Even those 1940-50's Breitling with a worn case and a genetic movement could cost much more.
Here it is. The case and dial style is uncommon from those I have seen so far. IMHO, this 1970's Favre-Leuba is more collectable than the two old Breitlings. What do you think?