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Omega: But

But the originals did have bracelets too! 7077 and 7912
11M
By: Franco
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Patek Philippe: what year?

Thnks, but what year is it from? If before 1971, should not have it.
1Y
By: Franco
1

Patek Philippe: The use of APRIOR sigma marking in 1970s Patek

Hello have read that the APRIOR consortium introduced the use of "sigma-swiss-sigma" on dials of swiss watches from 1970-1971. This was to indicate the use of golden indices in the dial. Have recently come across this (picture below) in a ref 3445 white gold, watch from 1970 or 1971 from serials (am
1Y
By: Franco
1

Omega: Yes, PM the author

Yes, he is a member here and will tell you what to do
2Y
By: Franco
1

Omega: A new book on Omega Manual Chronometers (30T2SCRg, 30T2RG, 262,281 etc)

Good morning as some of you know, I have an unhealthy passion for Omega 30T2 (30T2SCRg, 30T2Rg, 262, 281, etc). After years of collecting, I even wrote a short article which according to many is pleasant to read and informative: Omega Chronometre article Now I have just received what I consider the
2Y
By: Franco
3

Omega: copper on beryllium

Starting in 1941 in some cal. 30 was introduced the so-called “de luxe finish”, a double copper plating on beryllium bronze (an alloy of beryllium and 2.25% copper) that made the movement more resistant mechanically and to oxidation, as well as aesthetically pleasing to the eye as it looked as rose
2Y
By: Franco
1

Collectors Market: YES

still avaiable
2Y
By: Franco
0

Omega: Ciao Nico

Ciao Nico this is mine F
2Y
By: Franco
1

WristScan: Good taste !

... and Firenze is my birthplace!
2Y
By: Franco
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