A local pawn shop has this beautiful Breitling Doctor's watch would make a good addition to my collection, however it is need of repair, plus as with all watches I collect (new hobby of mine!) I do like to know specifically what watch I have.
I have photos of the watch, strap, case, movement. I also have photos of the damage, one of the buttons is missing. I presume this would be used to measure a patient's heart rate etc. using the dial. As a period piece, it's pretty cool. They say it runs, but I was unable to wind it or see it running, but I was able to get some photos. I haven't discussed price yet due to the missing part.
A brief search shows later models of this type of watch used a Venus 170 movement, but I can't find info on this watch other than a handful of Google Photos and even hose don't match this face unless this one is darkened with exposure, but I think that tan/brass inner is original and not a result of aging. Thanks for all who can help!