Doxa identification and value

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    Question Doxa identification and value

    Hello. I have this watch from my father. It isn't working but i'd like to know if it's worth to get it fixed. I would like to know it's value in case it's working.

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    PS: Sorry for the low-quality pictures, but it's the best i can do right now.

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    Re: Doxa identification and value

    We can't do valuations here per the rules.

    It looks relatively new to me. I'd be really surprised if it was older than 10-20 years. As a quartz, it probably won't be too expensive to repair (as long as there wasn't any water ingress in the case.

    Are you able to pop it open?

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    Re: Doxa identification and value

    The watch was bought by my father in 1991 . I cant open it couse i tried but i'm afraid i'll scratch it so i suppose i'll get it to a specialised center. The thing is , after the watch got broken when tryint to change the battery , my father took it to 2 persons to get it fixed and they said the broken part of the mecanism can't be fixed because it's to .. thin or something like that. I'll try to get it fixed eventually because i really like it .
    Also , i want to please excuse me for the evaluation part. I havent read to rules and i'm sorry for that. Thank you very much .

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