I recently inherited a wristwatch from my grandmother which I'd like to know more about. I'm not a hundred percent willing to open it up though, so all I have are external details and a photo.
The watch is manual wind, .5" wide (from 9 - 3) and 1" tall. The face has the words "Longines" above the center and "Swiss" at the very bottom. The font looks similar to Longines watches I've seen from the 1960s. On the back, it has "10K gold filled" and "S&W". The only other markings are the little hourglass with wings engraved on the cap.
I searched through the Vintage Watches Resource but didn't find this type, although I saw a few that looked similar -- all from the early 1960s. But as I'm entirely new to this, I have no idea if that's really the case
I appreciate any help you can give me!