vintage omega bezel interchangability

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    vintage omega bezel interchangability

    Hi posting here rather than omega forum. Just won 2 vintage omega's (USD 444) One is a twin for my 58' 505 connie piepan case 2852 - 9 SC same year even , although the crown is a seamaster swop out. The other is a sub second 58' seamaster 267 case 2937-4 . I think the hands are wrong - should be dauphin? and its missing a bezel. Does anyone know what other case / model bezels might fit.
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    Re: vintage omega bezel interchangability

    HI there,

    Sorry, unsure of a matching case ref with the same Bezel! I can only find one other Omega with that case reference - least it gives you an idea of what you are looking for!! Good luck

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    Re: vintage omega bezel interchangability

    HI there,

    Sorry, unsure of a matching case ref with the same Bezel! I can only find one other Omega with that case reference - least it gives you an idea of what you are looking for!! Good luck

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