Hi all, new member here. I recently found a watch amongst my mothers jewelry (she passed away in January.) My father passed away in 2009 so unfortunately I have no one to ask about this watch I found. Sorry if the pictures aren't among the best quality, I'm horrible at taking pictures. Also, I understand the best way to learn about a watch will be to remove the back, but I have no idea how to do so and I would rather not take the chance of breaking it. I twisted the winding knob thing on the side, and much to my surprise, the watch started working. Although now I'm a bit paranoid it might mess it up since apperently these watches should be serviced and lubricated every 5 years or so, and I highly doubt it's been serviced within the last 10 years, and quite likely a lot longer. Anyway, I'm hoping someone could help me learn more about this watch. The band is a bit small for me but I'd still like to find a way to wear it, or at the very least if its genuine, I'd like to get it serviced. Thanks.