I haven't the slightest idea about this watch. I know my great grandfather got it when he was in WWII. Its a railroad on the front and it says "Regulateur" on the front. The back has a person fishing and there is small print in the picture that says "FRAINIER". The front has a missing seconds hand (i think), but it is located in the back of the watch. The number 168 is stamped in the back as well, along with "depose argentan". above the depose it has "10" and below it has "168" and below that it has "q 4"
If there is anything else I need to look for in order for somebody to identify what this watch is, and possibly worth, just let me know. I just want to know if its worth repairing, it currently doesn't work. Thank you.