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    Posted 9 years ago

    Ringo8553
    (5 items)

    Both 18k yellow, have not seen these at auction or in any guides.
    Older one has a serial from about 1952.

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    OMEGA SPEEDMASTER PRE-PROFESSIONAL MOON ED WHITE 105.003-64 VINTAGE WATCH
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    OMEGA SPEEDMASTER PRE-PROFESSIONAL MOON ED WHITE 105.003-64 VINTAGE WATCH
    OMEGA SPEEDMASTER PRE-PROFESSIONAL ...
    $4,050
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    Comments

    1. bobbee bobbee, 9 years ago
      Have you tried the Omega official website? Try their Vintage Watch section, and follow the instructions.
    2. Ringo8553, 9 years ago
      Thank you, I have tried there, and neither are listed..
    3. bobbee bobbee, 9 years ago
      The chronograph is called the Deville Prestige, 18 jewels, cal.861, until 1993 had 17 jewels and was first created in 1968 and called the 27 CHRO C12, and the movement was used on 2nd. generation Moon watches.
    4. bobbee bobbee, 9 years ago
      The other has been cobbled together from at least 2 models. The 18 K. solid gold case has had the lug ends trimmed off, and the movement should be an automatic cal. 340 or cal.342. THe original watch is in the Omega vintage collection Ref. No. OT 14349. Hope this helps!
    5. Ringo8553, 9 years ago
      Thank you very much!
    6. bobbee bobbee, 9 years ago
      De Nada. Just please look at my stuff!

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