My first Omega:
My first Omega:
Rolex DeepSea Sea-Dweller | Eterna Super KonTiki 1973 Limited Edition
only sailors get blown offshore
Here is my omega seamaster professional chronometer. Bond style.
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Omega SMP 300 Bond Blue Bezel and dial
Rolex Datejust TT 16233 Champagne tapestry
Vintage Omega DeVille caliber 620
Last edited by Aspendos; April 1st, 2012 at 15:53.
I bought this Omega Seamaster off Ebay a few days ago. Did some research before buying and it seems genuine enough. The movement is a cal. 570, of which apparently only 40,000 were ever made. The parts, Swiss made, may well have been assembled in the US. It's 14K gold filled all round, in (near) mint condition and has the "seamonster" back. The movement dates it to around 1958-61 and the back to 1960 or later, I believe. So the seller's 1960 date seems correct. The embossed dial appears to be even rarer than the movement, though, and I'd like to find out more about it. Anyone have any information? Please reply here:
^^^ that watch is beyond beautiful. I'm jealous!
Invicta 8928OB Pro Diver
Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 2503.33.00
Parnis Power Reserve Automatic
Jacques Lemans Sydney 1-1541G
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Easy come, easy go....
Here is my beloved Seamaster Pro...
My first Omega... and a vintage one at that.
My Seamaster 176.007 on 1175 bracelet.
Sorry about the blurry pics, but these are pre-trade pics.
I love the vintage Omega 1040 movement with large minute chrono hand and 24 hour indicator at 9.
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