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I know Ebay is flooded with Ukrainian dealers taking pocket watches and converting them to wristwatches. However, I have a watch which is clearly too thin, and without the dust covers, but who knows. It has a new dial to look like a sub in color only, but the movement I'm sure is 1940 or so.

The position of the sub seconds hand is suggestive of a pocket watch, and I can find similarities to other movements around the 1940 era. HELP!!!! DSCN2018 copy.jpg DSCN2105 copy.jpg DSCN2073 copy.jpg
 

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One more thing

If it helps, the dimensions of the Doxa are huge for the era: 44mm, not including the crown, and 48mm from lug tip to lug tip. This is modern era size. Thank you for any help!
 

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Just do a Google Images search on "Doxa".
 
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