Hi Everyone! I'm having a bit of a problem finding information on this Omega. It was given to my Grandfather after 42 years at Standard Oil/Amoco (BP now). He gave it to me before he passed away and I just wanted to find out some information about the watch itself. Monetary value means nothing to me as this is very sentimental. In looking at the vintage Omega page, it states that it is a Seamaster. The watch face does not say Seamaster on it like the one on the site does. Here are some pictures for reference (sorry, these were taken from my phone):
The case back says 166 0202, so I searched for 166.0202 on the Omega site. It came back with:
ReferenceMD 166.0202International collection1976MovementType: Automatic (mechanical)Caliber number: 1010/1012Cal. 1010 :
Created in 1972, 17 jewels
Cal. 1012 :
Created in 1972, 23 jewelsFunctionsDateCaseGold-platedCase backScrew-inDialSilvered (.011) or champagne (.012), with luminous hour markers and luminous hands.CrystalArmoured hesaliteBraceletLeatherWater resistance30 meters
My concern is that it is not a screw- in Case back, it just pops off. Also, as stated earlier, it does not say Seamaster on the face. I'm not sure exactly what this is, but was hoping anyone could share some thoughts.