Omega 1350

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Tehachapijulie
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Omega 1350

#1 Post by Tehachapijulie » Sat Mar 19, 2016 7:09 pm

Hello,

Hoping to get some information regarding a couple of watches that I inherited. The Omega De Ville Quartz is stamped 1350 on the back cover and inside Lunette 591 0082. My local jeweler put a new battery in it however, it is not keeping accurate time. I'm wondering if you might know the cost to have it serviced and whether it is worth the cost. This watch I plan on keeping and using so if it's not terribly expensive I'd like to have it done. Also, if someone can tell me what year or decade this watch is from.
The second watch is stamped 14k is a solid white gold Man's dress watch and is stamped D6666 on the inside, this watch is running and keeping very accurate time. The jeweler said the watch would only be worth the value of the gold but I'd like to hear from some knowledgable collectors before I do something.

Thank you for your imput, Julie

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Re: Omega 1350

#2 Post by Dave » Sat Mar 19, 2016 9:25 pm

It would help tremendously if you could post some pictures of the watches in question.
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Re: Omega 1350

#3 Post by Tehachapijulie » Sun Mar 20, 2016 12:09 pm

Dave,

Here are a few pictures of the watches. I was able to find the D6666 as part of the International Collection 1965 on the Omega website under Vintage Collection however, nothing on the 1350.

Thank you for your help, Julie
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Re: Omega 1350

#4 Post by gatorcpa » Tue Mar 22, 2016 6:40 am

Can't tell you too much about the quartz Omega, except to say that it probably doesn't pay to have a new Omega movement installed. Value isn't much, even in working condition.

The gold Omega is a model with a Swiss made movement mated to a US made integrated bracelet/case. Probably worth a little more than gold scrap if working and keeping good time. That style isn't the most popular right now.
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