I have a very nice Swiss made Doxa pocket watch and I'm looking to know more about it. This is what I know so far:
a) It was made by Doxa S.A.
b) It was made after 1925 because it lists prizes up to 1925. Anybody know a more excat estimation of the production year?
c) The movement has 15 rubis, as stated on the case.
d) The watch is unusually large (over 50 mm in diameter).
e) The dial is marked "Nagy Albert Miskolcz M.A.V Palyaoras" - which is the name of a Hungarian person who supposedly was the time keeper of a train station in the city of Miskolc at the Hungarian National Railways. I initially thought that the dial may be unique and was dedicated to this person, but searching for this text on the Internet reveals that there are quite a few pocket watches out there with this inscription, even from multiple manufacturers.
Any additional information would be greatly appreciated, especially an estimate of the production year, details about the movement and some info about the inscription on the dial and the prizes listed in the case.