So I recently inherited an Angelus Chronodato from my father. The story behind this watch is that his uncle, my great uncle, was a naval officer during WWII. While overseas in the war, he bought this watch in a store from somewhere in Europe (I'm guessing France or Spain considering the day dial seems to be in French/Spanish). At some point (likely in the early 50's) he gifted it to my father (my father thinks it was for a high school graduation gift). Now, my father is in his 80's and doesn't remember much but he doesn't think he wore it all that much and it has lived in his dresser since the mid-late 50's. At some point though, it got pretty beat up and lost it's crystal and at least 1 and a half of the hands (seems to be missing the hour hand and part of the chrono hand). I'd like to get it fixed up. It sounds like the movement still works to some degree because I can wind it and the seconds dial still moves. The other thing that bothers me a little is that after several days of research I cannot find a dial that looks the same as this. The fact that it has the single line under "Angelus" combined with the fact that 8 of the 12 hour indices are circles and not squares makes me wonder if this is a seldom seen model or some kind of rework was done to it. Though the rework would have had to been prior to 1955 as my father feels confident he never had it worked on and pretty confident his uncle gave it to him for a high school graduation gift (graduated in 55). My parents got married in 1961 and my mother says he had the watch before they got married in this same condition. Can anyone tell me much about this watch? Impressions? Estimates on what a new crystal will cost?