Everything I know about watches I have found out in the last three days, so bear with me. I recently inherited this watch from my dad. It is an Omega 14K gold filled bumper automatic. I opened it up, and the serial number inside is 1131xxxx. It has a Wadsworth case (case number: T912976), and the reference number on the inside of the case is F6212. I looked on the Omega website, and it seems there were two types of F6212. One was a 342 caliber, and the other was 344. I assume this is the 342 caliber, since the 344 was apparently a chronometer. I had always assumed he bought it in the late 50s, when he was a student in Europe, but now it seems more likely he bought it when he lived in D.C. in the late 40s and 50s. Anyway, I'm wondering about the face. I have looked at pictures of thousands of watches to find another one like it, and only found it once, in an ad in a 1948 Life magazine. Did automatic watches always say 'Automatic'? This one doesn't.
If someone could give me any information at all about this watch, I'd be very grateful.