has the dial been touched or is this wobbly geometry normal for Omega

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    has the dial been touched or is this wobbly geometry normal for Omega

    please help , I never understand with these kind of models whether the lack of geometry on dial is due to manual work or because it was re-done ?! ( especially above "Swiss" )

    any help apprecaited !

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    Re: has the dial been touched or is this wobbly geometry normal for Omega

    Looks to me to be more of a refraction thing with the curvature of the crystal together with the angle this photo was taken. Do you have a head-on shot?

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    Re: has the dial been touched or is this wobbly geometry normal for Omega

    here we are ! Name:  omega-faceHR-2.jpg
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    Re: has the dial been touched or is this wobbly geometry normal for Omega

    Looking at the 2 "T" in automatic i'm inclined to think this is a redial

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