With extreme luck

Aug 19, 2019,13:59 PM

It could be a 30T2Rg. That would be special. What about a movement picture?

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Oefffff maybe the best looking Omega i have seen so far πŸ‘ŒπŸ»πŸ˜˜

 By: Watchonthewrist : August 16th, 2019-16:25
Didnt know this watch existed . Love taht salmon dial πŸ€— huge congrats and wear it in best of health .

That looks superb πŸ‘Œ [nt]

 By: Cpt Scarlet : August 16th, 2019-16:33

Nice dial.

 By: Sportster : August 16th, 2019-18:34
What’s the story behind this beautiful piece?

What a beauty

 By: keks : August 16th, 2019-21:52

What a dial !

 By: jlux : August 17th, 2019-01:08
A very nice catch.

Beautiful !! [nt]

 By: M@ster : August 17th, 2019-01:22


 By: Watcholic_id : August 17th, 2019-07:58
What a beauty! Enjoy her in great health

Hi, Nathan. It's my sense the dial is refinished, and the hands are mismatched replacements as well. Not sure . . .

 By: Dr No : August 17th, 2019-11:11
. . . of the reference number, but it appears to be a jumbo ca mid-'50s. Can you take photos of the inner caseback and movement? Finding a correct original dial will prove difficult; there's little point in looking for hands before correcting the dial. If... 

The reference number may be 2685. Please post pics . . .

 By: Dr No : August 17th, 2019-17:07
. . . of the inner caseback and movement, which should be a cal 266. Art

With extreme luck

 By: kjell_watchmaker : August 19th, 2019-13:59
It could be a 30T2Rg. That would be special. What about a movement picture?

There were no jumbo rg references to the best of my knowledge . . .

 By: Dr No : August 19th, 2019-14:11
. . . so doubtful. I have seen rg's fitted to cases they didn't belong in, usually the result of a scrapped case resulting in an extraneous movement that consequently found its way into a watch that required a replacement. Art