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absolutely beautiful

I couldn't agree more! Here is a better view
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Can anyone help me identify this Omega watch?


Thoughts on it?

Worth getting a nice leather strap?

It looks like an early Seamaster from the 50s. Not one of their more collectible models but a fine watch nonetheless. Omegas from that era used in-house movements. Have it cleaned and lubed and put a nice strap on it.
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I picked this up at the weekend - I dont know much about watches but it was definitely after the 1950's - Hand wind Services Watch

17 Jewel Lever blah blah - nice light on the wrist, beautiful watch (imo)

Anyone know any more about Services Watches?
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I couldn't agree more! Here is a better view

That is one sexy watch!
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It looks like an early Seamaster from the 50s. Not one of their more collectible models but a fine watch nonetheless. Omegas from that era used in-house movements. Have it cleaned and lubed and put a nice strap on it.
Doesn't have the Seamaster script on the dial.
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Can anyone help me identify this Omega watch?


Thoughts on it?

Worth getting a nice leather strap?

I figure it's more early 1960s Omega, it's not a pie pan Constellation but I would get it overhauled and put a nice strap on it.
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What do you think of Michael Kors?






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The "bottom" of my JlC:

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I figure it's more early 1960s Omega, it's not a pie pan Constellation but I would get it overhauled and put a nice strap on it.

Thanks, by lubed up and overhauled, you mean taken to a watch repair store and cleaned up? I'm super new with watches. Thanks guys =D
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Today: 60's Glashütte on black nato Edit: Sorry for the blurry picture and picsize, blame iphone!
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Also, where's the best place to get nice leather watch straps?
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My Christopher Ward Trident automatic watch arrived a few days ago. Been wearing it ever since.
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What the fuck is going on in this thread? All these shitty watches are burning my eyes.
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My Christopher Ward Trident automatic watch arrived a few days ago. Been wearing it ever since.
Nice. Sure beats a Rolex.
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Nice. Sure beats a Rolex.

Thanks. It's kept excellent time so far, hardly lost/gained anything. Has a really nice size and weight to it. I'm very pleased with the purchase.
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