Early Omega Pocket Watch with no dial symbol?

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    Early Omega Pocket Watch with no dial symbol?

    Hi guys, just wondering if anyone has ever seen a 19’’’ movement pocket watch (or any other early Omega) with no symbol on the dial as per the attached example?

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    Omega: 1965 Seamaster 300 (165.024) | 1966 Constellation 'C' (168.017) | 1998 Speedmaster Pro (3570.50) | 2000 Speedmaster Pro (3592.50 with Mitsukoshi Mod) | 2014 Seamaster Professional Diver 300M (212.30.41.20.03.001) | 2015 Seamaster Professional Diver 300M (212.30.41.20.03.003)

    Other: 1995 CWC G10

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    Re: Early Omega Pocket Watch with no dial symbol?

    I see nothing in Meis but he tends to ignore Omegas. Movement pics would add data.
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    Re: Early Omega Pocket Watch with no dial symbol?

    Cheers Eeeb, it was a choice between this one or a later NSW Government Railways one. In the end I wasn't 100% about this one so decided on the other one. Happy with the choice :)
    Omega: 1965 Seamaster 300 (165.024) | 1966 Constellation 'C' (168.017) | 1998 Speedmaster Pro (3570.50) | 2000 Speedmaster Pro (3592.50 with Mitsukoshi Mod) | 2014 Seamaster Professional Diver 300M (212.30.41.20.03.001) | 2015 Seamaster Professional Diver 300M (212.30.41.20.03.003)

    Other: 1995 CWC G10

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    Re: Early Omega Pocket Watch with no dial symbol?

    Quote Originally Posted by base615 View Post
    Cheers Eeeb, it was a choice between this one or a later NSW Government Railways one. In the end I wasn't 100% about this one so decided on the other one. Happy with the choice :)
    You must show us the NSW rr watch, please open a new thread for it. I can't remember ever seeing an official rr watch from thereabouts before.
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    Re: Early Omega Pocket Watch with no dial symbol?

    I was never aware that any state in Australia had railroad watches. I too, am interested in this watch.
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    Re: Early Omega Pocket Watch with no dial symbol?

    Omega: 1965 Seamaster 300 (165.024) | 1966 Constellation 'C' (168.017) | 1998 Speedmaster Pro (3570.50) | 2000 Speedmaster Pro (3592.50 with Mitsukoshi Mod) | 2014 Seamaster Professional Diver 300M (212.30.41.20.03.001) | 2015 Seamaster Professional Diver 300M (212.30.41.20.03.003)

    Other: 1995 CWC G10

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