When ever I see an auction with a picture like this I always try to take a closer look as there can be some hidden treasures.
I could see a Svalan watch that was a popular Swiss made watch for the Swedish market and an Arsenal missing it's crown. The pocket watches didn't excite me but chains are always worth some money. What really made me look twice was the watch in the bottom right of the picture as it looked a bit special. So a bid for it and won it for $31.
And yes my first Lemania. The crystal needs changing and the lugs are a bit worn but the dial look nice. The case actually looks to be nothing special and I guess Lemania just bought them from a mass producer of cases so one could just swap the case keeping the case back.
Lemania didn't make that many watches under their own name but made movements to big names like Omega so finding one in a lot like this was a treat.
Inside is a Lemania 3000 (448007) with a Breguet hairspring and some odd pin sticking out from the regulator. I would date the watch to the late 1940's but as designs hung around for years it could be from the middle of the 1950's as well.