I believe that is a Omega 18''' in a grade C or D (chronometer). Omega watches prior to about 1910 or so only have a serial number under the dial.
That is a very nice early Omega.
Looks like a perfectly reasonable example of a late 19th/early 20th Omega pocketwatch to me.
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