Looking for help to identify the details of my vintage Omega
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    Looking for help to identify the details of my vintage Omega

    Hello,

    This was my grandfathers watch. Im trying to find out some details about it like approx. which year it was manufactured. Any information is appreciated.

    Thank you,
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    Re: Looking for help to identify the details of my vintage Omega

    Well,
    It’s got a horribly re-done dial for a start, and the bracelet doesn’t look like it belongs with the watch, nor does the crown, so no joy there.

    Can you please supply more photos, in particular of the crown, the case back, and markings on it, and open it up to show the movement?


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    Re: Looking for help to identify the details of my vintage Omega

    One of the worst re-dials I've seen in awhile. Bracelet is aftermarket. Not sure about the rest of the the watch case.
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    Re: Looking for help to identify the details of my vintage Omega

    One of the most interesting redials that I’ve seen. Hour markers look too large and the hand set does not look like anything I’ve seen before. Lugs have either been overly polished or the case is not original. Best thing is to pop off the case back and take a look at the movement. With the caliber number you can check on the Omega website (vintage section) for more info or google.
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