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I'm hoping for some help identifying the name/type of watch, and possibly the value & repair options. I've attached a couple photos below. I think it is a SFC Sign Freres & Co./ Eterna SA from Grenchen, Switzerland. Given family history my guess is it was most likely purchased in the America, I could be wrong depending on its age. I have No clue of its age.
Information I've found on the watch. (As best as I can read it anyway.)

Inside "first" layer reads:
Enterna W Co.
Switzerland
(in a shield) SFC
(in a box) 0,935
(Some type of animal stamped) Bear (or maybe Lion or Horse)
1734374

Inside "Second" layer / gear opening:
(in a shield) SFC
0.935
(Some type of animal stamped) Bear (or maybe Lion or Horse)
1734347
B




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I swear to god, when I read the subject line of this thread, "Need Help Identifying old Enerna W Co. Women's Watch," I about fell off my chair. Before I looked closer, I thought the brand being discussed was "Enema." I thought the "r" and the "n' together were an "m."

I was thinking, "Omigod! What a brand name for a nurse's watch!" I eventually figured out the brand name was Eterna.
 

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Is anybody seeing pictures? All I get are "invalid attachment" notices.
 
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