Hello to all.
Been on something of an investigative quest, and hope someone here can shed light on what I have.
I received my late father's watch. My father was a farmer and carpenter by trade. He wore his watch daily, for as long as I was aware (and longer as he had it before I was born). The watch has no significant monetary value, but as for sentiment...that's a different story. As best as I know, he first owned the watch circa early to mid 1960's. (But I have no proof.)
My question has to do with the make of it. (As you can see by the photos), it has no markings on the face. The back plate references the type of movement, 'incabloc' shock protection, it being Swiss Made etc.
Upon opening it, I found the word Telix. My searches for "Telix" on the internet have resulted in many dead ends. I'm hoping someone here may have some insight into what I have.
Here it is, in all it's utilitarian glory...
Thank you in advance for any feedback.