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    Help with identifying an Omega

    Came from an estate sale along with some other watches but none of the caliber of name such as Omega which made me a little wary. An out of town friend picked it up. Wondering if it’s worth the drive to work a deal. Any idea of the model? Or authenticity?

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    Re: Help with identifying an Omega

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    Re: Help with identifying an Omega

    Not much anybody can do with that photo except to say that the bracelet is aftermarket.
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    Re: Help with identifying an Omega

    Yeah, to be of any help we would need a good clear hi-res picture of the front of the watch, the back of the watch, the movement and inside the caseback. And one of the side, where the crown is, would help too.

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    Re: Help with identifying an Omega

    Quote Originally Posted by Trigger Happy View Post
    Yeah, to be of any help we would need a good clear hi-res picture of the front of the watch, the back of the watch, the movement and inside the caseback. And one of the side, where the crown is, would help too.
    I'd take a clear photo to take a guess. From this picture, I'd say that the crown is not Omega, but who knows.
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    Re: Help with identifying an Omega

    Thank you for replies. Sorry for the bad picture. Was all I had to go off of until I could see it in person. Friend wound up with a buyer before I could make it to him.

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    Re: Help with identifying an Omega

    In pouring over pictures, I couldn’t find anything that matched up. Found some similar but nothing like it. The small seconds dial hand did not make sense, nor the dial with only NE and SW dashes. All small seconds dial hands were full length to the dashes. Hands also didn’t seem to match anything of the period. A lot had indentations, these did not. I’m not going to lose any sleep over it, there’s always another one down the line.....somewhere :)

    Thanks again for everyone’s time.

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    I think it's probably a fake, I've seen this kind of second dials on Omega fakes many times.

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