Hi you guys!
All new at this- please play nice. I´m sitting here, all clueless, with my Omega pocket watch in silver (it says 0,800) that I got from my grandfather who used it when he was building railroads in Sweden. I think it was made before 1934 from a grouse hallmark (At least it is according to this website http://www.925-1000.com/foreign_marks.html) and it has a reference number but I´ve had no luck finding it on Omegas vintage information page. It is a Bienne Geneve and it has also got a mark with a crown and moon. Is that a mark of export? The markings of the movement are the letters FA and SR. There is also another number- 6327101.
Anyhow I´ve been looking all over for some info about this but I´ve never seen anything like it. Anyone who knows more about it? When I talked to an auctioneer about it they said it was worthless because it was so common. Is it really common?