Back in the 1940’s, watches were smaller than today’s fashion and so were the boxes as well. Today we see a lot of very large, luxury boxes that would easily fit ten watches or more inside, made for just one watch… Back in the 1940’s many boxes were made
Old Omega I picked up a few years ago, pretty simple looking. Ran pretty good when I got it but I have it serviced, it keeps great time. All stainless steel, cream dial with a bit of patina on it, screw back and manual wind. I don't have the tool to remov
Team, I could not resist the urge to make a pair. Homage to Eugene Cernan: " I'm quite disappointed that I'm still the last man on the moon. " The case back is just gorgeous. Thanks for seeing and spare a minute thinking about Gene Cernan, our last man on
Afraid I have no other info, photos or details of inside - but assume it’s a manual movement from flatness of the caseback. Should the Omega symbol be on the crown? Should the case back have the Seamaster symbol? Assuming there’s nothing fundamentally sca
Team, This model of DSOTM was released in 2014, if my memory is working, and continues to be one of the most beautiful from the series. Picture from this morning: I had some concerns about the relatively new caliber 9300 but those concerns were incorrect.