On the bench, a nice Titus watch with a stainless steel case. This would be called a boys watch nowadays with a diameter of 30 mm without the (original signed) crown.
For some reason, this Swiss brand is one of the most redialed brands out there. So, watch out if you’re looking for one on eBay, for example. This is an article on how to avoid a redial.
The dial looks to be two-tone with the markers in a separate circle.
The movement is a Felsa 465, hand winder with 17 jewels. It didn’t run at all when I received it.
Because of the fixed stud holder and the characteristic red tip on the second hand, I’d date this watch to the early 1950s.
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