First post on this forum, so apologies in advance if this is the wrong area - feel free to kick the thread to wherever it belongs.
My grandmother recently found a box of watches that belonged to my grandfather, and before him, my great-grandfather. Quite a few old Longines, Hamiltons, Bulovas, and Elgins. Really a great find - even though most are probably not worth a whole lot. I've been able to identify what model/year most of them are, except for a few. I am particularly interested in one of them as it has a nice "military" feel to it (the rest of the set seems very "dressy" - but I could be biased as up until a month ago I wore a Suunto Core or a Timex ;)).
Here are some links to two enormous photos I took with my (rather awful) camera phone:
Sorry for the crappy photos - best I could do for now. The hands are luminous. The dial of the watch reads:
It reads "SWISS" along the bottom, below the numeral "6".
The caseback reads:
INCABLOC - SWISS MADE - STAINLESS STEEL BACK - WATERPROOF
I have not been able to find any information on "Delba Watch" as a company or maker, unfortunately. I'm hoping someone here can point me in the right direction.
Thanks in advance!