First Time Post in hopes to get feedback on a couple things. My mom recently gave me a few belongings from her late father including this Doxa watch. He fought with the Polish Home Army in WWII, and my mother believes this watch is much older than that era. She thinks 1910-ish.
I've attached some pictures including the movement after I was able to pop off the case. It is Swiss Made, an Anti-Magnetique (as other vintage DOXAs I've seen). This watch hasn't been used in decades and believe it or not the movement still works, and accurate too for that matter! There is no serial number, just a number 3 on the inside of the back case with some design or face just above it.
-If anyone has any historical information specific to this watch please share?
-Any information regarding the movement?
-The clear cover is in poor shape including a crack at 5:00, can this be easily repaired?
-I need to get a strap/band. What do you guys think, black leather?
Thanks for any potential help. If I can restore this I would love to wear it from time to time, this is staying in the family. Ironically enough I just started to begin research on what will be my first "expensive" watch, and came across this forum just a week before my Mom handed down thie DOXA. I'm still looking to make a purchase soon but would love to have this watch in functioning condition as well.