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Omega: Thanks

I was lucky to get mine before the prices went nuts. Have these four with original dials and hands and four transformed Ranchero's
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By: tdn.dk
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Omega: Not sure

I had a 1502/11 in my spares and tried, not sure of the age of the bracelet. I have not found any answers what was the correct one for the Ranchero's. Seen them on differrent bracelets, BOR and flat link. Normally i prefer it on leather strap.
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By: tdn.dk
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Omega: Love these bumpers :-)

Omega Seamaster Calendar ref. 2627-10SC, cal. 353 from 1952
1M
By: tdn.dk
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Omega: Not 600...

CK 2099 is 8970350 and the CK 2097 is 89711631 delivered october 6th. 1939 No plan of selling, but dibs is recorded
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By: tdn.dk
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Omega: Omega CK 2099 vs. CK 2097

Two very similar Omega's. Same case shape, both cal. 30 and both from 1939 32,5 mm. vs. 37,5 mm.
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By: tdn.dk
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Omega: This model

"SeamasterCosmic 2000" are different i both case and shape that the "Seamaster Cosmic" I guess You are thinking on the normal Cosmic that is 34-35 mm. This ref. is 38 mm. ex crown. and I think is the smallest of the Seamaster Cosmic 2000.
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By: tdn.dk
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Omega: A pair of project Seamaster Cosmic 2000 is brought back to life

Not all watchmakers like these cases with their inner and outer case and "press in" front and back in gaskets. I have had these two as project watches, non running, well used with patina for some time. Found a watchmaker that would fix them and now they are brought back to life again. He asked if he
11M
By: tdn.dk
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Omega: BK 14757 62 SC

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By: tdn.dk
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