Any speedy fans?
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This is one of my oldies I have given to my youngest son Jack.he is a NATO guy...definite WIS and photographer ..that I'm definitely not!!
All the best..great pics and pieces
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Always nice surprise to have this peeking under the jacket cuff.
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Fan of manual winds and German makes.
I've got a very old Seamaster I inherited from my grandfather many years ago. My grandfather worked at Martin Aircraft Corp as a production foreman and was given the watch for his role in the development of the Martin P6M Seamaster seaplane (the program ended in the late 50's). Unfortunately, in my long ago youth I made the mistake of leaving the watch in my pocket when I did a load of clothes and it suffered through both a wash and dry cycle, breaking the crystal and exposing the internals of the watch to the indignities of hot detergent-laden water and the inevitable rust that ensued. I took it to a watchmaker who got it running again, but...I'm pretty sure he replaced the dial and any number of movement parts. Unfortunately, I do not remember what the dial *should* look like (I'm certain it had a Seamaster decoration on it whereas the current dial only has the Omega symbol and the word "Automatic").
Sadly, I have only a few, poor quality photographs of the watch and none of the movement. I work out of town and will not have access to my watch to take better photographs for a few more weeks. Are there any experts here who might help me shed a little light on my watch?
I believe that the watch in this listing has the same dial my grandfather's watch is supposed to be wearing: https://www.chrono24.com/omega/seama...id12733508.htm
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