Asking for help to identify two movements, one pocket watch movement and one vintage Omega
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    Asking for help to identify two movements, one pocket watch movement and one vintage Omega

    Hello, I'm trying to find the calibers for two watches I have, but no luck yet. One is an Omega from 1925 (give or take) and the other is a no-name pocket watch for which I'm trying to find the hands (all hands are missing). I uploaded the pictures below and any info will be welcomed. The Omega watch has a serial number, so thats how I got to the year 1925, but thats about it. The pocket watch doesn't have any signs, besides a serial number, so it's a bit hard to identify, at least for me.

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    Re: Asking for help to identify two movements, one pocket watch movement and one vintage Omega

    The Omega could be a 23,7 T1/T2/T3 15 p if it has a diameter of 23.7 mm:

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    Production of T1 (transformation 1) startet in 1923, T2 in 1926, and T3 in 1934.
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    Re: Asking for help to identify two movements, one pocket watch movement and one vintage Omega

    Quote Originally Posted by Badener View Post
    The Omega could be a 23,7 T1/T2/T3 15 p if it has a diameter of 23.7 mm:

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    Production of T1 (transformation 1) startet in 1923, T2 in 1926, and T3 in 1934.
    Well, thanks, but I guess it cant be T2 or T3, as based on the serial number, the watch is from 1925. I'll check the measurements to see the size.

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    Re: Asking for help to identify two movements, one pocket watch movement and one vintage Omega

    Your pocket watch movement looks pretty similar to this Malleray 17''':

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