yet another old watch, heirloom from my grandfather, thought not exactly a wrist watch I think...
The dial is in bad shape, hands (hour and minutes only) are blued steel and had lume that is almost all gone, also numeral had and still have some lume (that actually does glow a tiny bit lol) On dial has:
LYS under 12 o'clock
swiss made at 6 o'clock
Movement only has: 15 jewels, swiss
It was working some years ago, but now the main spring is broken, other then that the movement is fine, though a new crystal is needed.
Now the case only has 2 little "holes" where, I was told, there would be 2 half-doors that would close and protect the front, so it would be in some kind of "box". Does anyone know what kind of watch is it?
The brand Lys at Mikrolist does come up as :
Lys Ralco SA La Chaux-de-Fonds, Schweiz; registriert am 28.1.1939
The movement I already tried the famous Ranfft site with no luck. Can anyone help identify the movement and possibly a dating, I beliebe it to be from 1920/30's maybe?