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    Picture Lets see your Omega's, all of them, don't be shy..

    After 15 years of collecting, selling, restoring and trading here are mine:

    Omega Time Computer II

    Omega Speedmaster project, just waiting for the movement to come back from service

    Fully restored cal 321 including NOS dial, bezel, pushers, pusher tubes, gaskets and hippocampus back circa 1966

    30t2 movement seamaster

    Tuning fork Seamaster Chronometer

    My Chronostop

    Another 30t-2 cased by the Star Watch Case Company for the American Market

    Smaller mens automatic

    Caliber 354 automatic

    The biggest omega yet, the Chronoquartz

    My wifes 30t-2

    The military's


    soon to be joined by the restored constellation!

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    Re: Lets see your Omega's, all of them, don't be shy..

    Nice collection
    I have not been around for so many years, but here is what I have got the last years



    2006 Seamaster AT, 63 Connie, 64 Seamaster DeVille, Two Geneve from 55, Watchco SM300, and 67 Speedy


    And this one as well, 55 Seamaster Calendar



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    Re: Lets see your Omega's, all of them, don't be shy..

    Nice, I NEED A SEAMASTER 300

    Well done!! cheers, Geoff

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    Re: Lets see your Omega's, all of them, don't be shy..

    Nice thread..

    Here is my ''bunch''..





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    Here are my three...

    My first Omega...


    My second, a sapphire sandwich.


    And my newest addition, my first vintage watch...I'm not used to how small it is!
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    Rolex: Sea-Dweller, SubC, Datejust, BLNR
    Panerai PAM 90, 318
    Breitling: Navitimer, Chronomatic
    Meistersinger No.1

    Cartier Roadster XL GMT
    Omega SMP Chrono, SMP 2531.8
    Eterna Soleure Moonphase, Kontiki Date
    Mido: Commander,Multistar
    Casio: GW-9200 Riseman
    , Hope Japan, PAW-1500T
    Seiko: Black & Blue Sumo, SARB065, SARY055, SARY053, SSA169, SARG001



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    Re: Here are my three...

    My four. Another coming soon.
    Alas, time stays, we go.

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    Re: Lets see your Omega's, all of them, don't be shy..

    The Speedy Pro line-up:



    R to left: 3572.50 (PW1), 3792.50, 145.0022 (PW1.5), 105.012

    The infamous "Speamaster" (Seamaster 120m, 2301.21) and siblings:



    The "hummer", 198.0032 DeVille 300hz from 1972:



    My 1963 168.005 Constellation:



    The 18k RG "bumper", OT 2617 cal. 332 from 1950:



    And finally, my "as yet unidentified" 15 jeweled beauty from 1930:



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    Re: Lets see your Omega's, all of them, don't be shy..

    Just these two...

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    Re: Lets see your Omega's, all of them, don't be shy..

    at the sta monica beach california. perfect for suit and beach where she belongs



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    Re: Lets see your Omega's, all of them, don't be shy..

    Ok here we go.
    First my flightmaster cal 911.

    Speedmaster cal 861.

    Speedmaster mark II cal 861.

    Seamaster 1986 cal 2892-2

    Speedmaster 1977 cal 1620

    Seamasters family.

    Old bumper.

    Bumper

    Seamaster

    Ok have a nice weekend.
    torbjörn b

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