I believe this watch to be my great grandfathers. I got it ten years ago when my father passed away and came across it again when I was digging in my safe after a hunting trip. Any info would be great. value, rarity, collectible.
I don't know if it runs cause I can't find the key to wind it for the life of me. I will try to describe it the best that I can other than what the pics show. the dial is white with roman numbers in black, above each roman number is 5, 10, 15, etc. There are 3 hands on the main dial hour, minute, and seconds. the crystal is cracked but doesn't effect the hands and is plastic of some sort. there is a smaller dial with 0, 1, 2, 3, & 4 with one hand on it. on the main dial is jules jergensen copehegen. the cover to the dial has 14 stamped on it.
On the back case is three ports to wind with a key ( can't find). two of the ports have a direction arrow. The words jules jergensen , copenhagen in the middle and bellow copenhaden under GEN of copehagen is what appears to be a N that circles around the number 7 something something 7. On the cover to the back of case at top is the # 15214, under that # is JAD or JAN, or JAP. in the middle to the left is a K with 18 under it, middle to the right is JJ with crown over it. bottom of the cover is #7857. At the vary bottom to the left is a number engraved vary lightly and small I think it is 19075 or 1907c
sorry for the bad pics and any info would be great thanks Ray