In the process of cleaning up and organizing my father's abandoned home watchmaker's shop, I found a large number of watches in various states of functionality. The ones that most caught my eye are in the pictures below. I've tested their basic functionality, but I've not yet opened any of them up (I don't really have time to do the full Monty on all of them). I'm hoping I can get some thoughts from the WIS collective that'll help me prioritize further investigation and servicing. Clearly the Rolex and the Accutron Astronaut would be at the top of that list.
Group 1 - Rolex, Tarleton, Benrus, Seiko - I found the Rolex literally under a pile of junk. It sets and runs pretty well, but the crown comes off easily. I know the Seiko is from roughly the late '70s.
Group 2 - Accutrons, Seiko, Endura, Benrus, Omega - the Accutrons need batteries, but I was after reading up on the Astronaut, I didn't want to start messing with it. None of the others are running, except for the Omega, which runs a little and then stops.
Group 3 - Timex and Bulova automatics - I set all at the same time and let them run about 24 hours before taking the picture.
Group 4 - Oris, Titus, Timex, Elgin - I set the Oris and Elgin at the same time, and they were pretty close after 24 hours. The Benrus isn't running. The Titus is missing its case, but I do have the box. I could look for case but would need to know how to recognize it.
Group 5 - U.S. military field, Cimeqa, Seiko Bell-matic - The field watch is from the '70s. Haven't poked at the Seiko enough to figure out if the alarm is working.
Thanks in advance.