Hi I wonder if you received the parts that they replace, and if so, what were they? Thanks OreN S. [nt]

Sep 14, 2019,05:37 AM

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Long serving Constellation back from service

 By: chippyfly : September 13th, 2019-09:50
Freshened cal 561 movement with new mainspring and cannon pinion. This was my daily wearer 1974 to 1983. Its serial number falls between 24,410,000 and 24,509,999 and is therefore one of the 100,000 tested watches reported by the Bureau de Marche in Febru...  

Ref 168.005? . . .

 By: Dr No : September 13th, 2019-13:41
. . . these third-generation Connies represented the high point of Omega for vintage collectors. Nothing more satisfying than resuscitating an old war-horse, especially when it's been in your possession since forever. Congrats, Clive! Art

Yes Art . . . ref: 168.005.

 By: chippyfly : September 14th, 2019-04:00
I feel lucky to have bought it from a former mature student/work colleague to whom this treasure, when new had been his 21st birthday present. Purists know all about opportunism! Clive

Returned parts

 By: chippyfly : September 24th, 2019-07:05
Missed your post of 14tht! No parts were returned. They were only the main-spring and the cannon pinion, neither of which consumer parts were of value to the original watch in my view. The main-spring had shown weakness and the cannon pinion was worn allo...