Vintage Omega Watch Discussion Forum
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Hi, I am new to the world of watches as well as this forum, so please pardon any noobness on my part. I have recently decided to get a “real” watch (I’ve only owned digital no name watches) and the only thing I can afford is a vintage Omega. I found a nice looking piece with a repainted dial which I don’t mind, but it doesn’t have a name on the dial and I have no clue if it’s real or fake. I hope someone can shed some light on it thank you very much.
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Omegas are often marked on the dial, the crown, the movement (of course), the case and even the crystal. All I see is a refinished dial. The crown and crystal are not marked, the crown isn’t even correct for the watch. Seeing the movement and the inside of the case back would be needed to identify it any further.
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