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    Re: Vintage Omega Constellations - Let's See Yours!

    Hi
    My 1973 f300
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    Some of mine.

    These are posted on this forum in various thread, but as this thread seems to have become a central location, I though I would add them here. Perhaps Hoi will add shots of all of his here too

















    In order top,
    2852
    2852SC
    168.005
    168.005
    14381
    168.0010
    168.0017
    Cal. 712, super thin

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    Re: Vintage Omega Constellations - Let's See Yours!

    Hi Steve.
    Sure, this is the newest addition to my collection. A 167005 with pie pan dial. It's powered by a cal 551 serial # 25 mil which is very very late for this caliber and this Ref. On the dial, I see only one T, not two T's like the hidden crowns. I also checked carefully and everything looks original to me.







    May I set up a "rule" or ...something like "T Swiss Made T" means redial on 168005 and 167005 dials ??

    Best.
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    Re: Vintage Omega Constellations - Let's See Yours!

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    My 1968 Omega Constellation - just back from serviced at the Omega boutique in NYC. Regulated and running at +5.10 seconds a day. Brand new alligator strap replaces the mangy old brick bracelet.
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    Re: Vintage Omega Constellations - Let's See Yours!

    I gave this to my wife as a 20th wedding anniversary gift on Thursday.

    Billed on the gift tag as 45 years old, showing some wear in the face, but still attractive and fully functional. Yes, its the same age as me.







    Sorry, better pics.
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    Re: Vintage Omega Constellations - Let's See Yours!

    Quote Originally Posted by dmenendez View Post
    I'd be very proud to have that watch!
    Me too. That is both a fine watch and a fine picture.

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    Re: Vintage Omega Constellations - Let's See Yours!

    @foggy: what a nice story ...

    now let me introduce my new baby, Connie cal 505

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    by now it's hard to find Connie in my city, probably because many of them sold abroad...

    such a misery for me...hiks
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    Re: Vintage Omega Constellations - Let's See Yours!

    What a great thread! Really enjoyed seeing all these Connies. Here are a couple of additions:

    Constellation 168.027 from 1968:
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    Re: Some of mine.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cicindela View Post
    In order top,
    2852
    2852SC
    168.005
    168.005
    14381
    168.0010
    168.0017
    Cal. 712, super thin
    Truly amazing collection Cicindela. I love that 712 super thin. At 3mm the 711/712 are the thinnest automatic mechanical calibres OMEGA have ever designed/produced. And with full-size rotors!

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    Re: Some of mine.

    some very outstanding collections of connies inhere
    Omega the sign of Excellence since 1848. Jaeger Le Coultre Horlogerie de Luxe depuis 1833
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    Omega and Rolex for ever
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