More Vintage Art Deco Omega Watches.....
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    More Vintage Art Deco Omega Watches.....

    Here are more vintage art deco Omega watches for Omega 'Watch Guys' who liked the other one - I found these pics during some recent vintage research - these examples of Omegas are relatively smaller as compared to many current watches, more like 30-36 mm for the cases excluding the lugs, cheers, SDA
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    Re: More Vintage Art Deco Omega Watches.....

    Only one I own is this, its a bit small but wanted a German movement.

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    My only one from the art deco era is a Gruen Curvex from 1941.

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    Re: More Vintage Art Deco Omega Watches.....

    I have my Grandfathers Marvin from around 1937/38,

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    It has been re-dialled but it was done a very long time ago.

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    Re: More Vintage Art Deco Omega Watches.....

    I love this thread - such lovely watches!

    Here's my small contribution - a 1934 tank with a T17 movement. Yes, she turns 80 this year...
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