I'm brand new here, so my questions may look a bit naive... Anyway, I love the Omega brand (not sure why, but that would be the topic of another discussion), so I decided to look for a watch, a vintage one. There is one that I'd like to consider, which looks great for a 50+ year old watch. Actually, that's where my suspicions started - could a watch that age look so good?
There is no visible corrosion or degradation of the metal of the mechanism - which, I assume, is not made of gold or platinum, so half a century should have done some deterioration to it. The dial is white and pretty much spotless, too. I know the Swiss know how to bake porcelain, but still...
And, most of all, when did Omega start putting "Swiss made" at the bottom of the dial? This one does NOT have it (see the pics below).
Could it be a fake one?