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Horological Meandering: Remember the story about the purse-snatcher . . .

. . . who mugged a Mafioso's mom? When he was arrested and found out who he'd mugged, he went into shock. And later, he had the living daylights beat out of him in jail. ;-)
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WristScan: Not a 30I, Jev - I wish! . . .

. . . it's a 30T2rg . . . . . . ca '46. Art
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Omega: I checked the seller's website, and there's at least one other Omega listed . . .

. . . that's definitely a re-dial. I've made mistakes before, but my sense is the one you posted has a refinished dial. Art
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Omega: A ref CK2014 is highly desirable to Ω collectors . . .

. . . but I have doubts about the dial on the one you've pictured. Not certain that it's a refinished dial . . . but lean towards likely. Art
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Omega: I wouldn't be concerned about the stick regulator, Jev . . .

. . . that made its appearance with the advent of the cal 28.10 RA PC in the late '40s and carried over to the successor cal 351. Here are images of cal 351s . . . . . . with movement numbers after the number of the cal 354 fitted to the Seamaster in question. Most likely an overlap in production be
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Omega: Say 'hi' to Petros . . .

. . . and take lotsa pics, Nicolas! Enviously, Art
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Omega: Always nice to see an Omega here . . .

. . . that I've also seen in the metal! Thanks for sharing, David. Warmest, Art
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WristScan: "Come and trim my Christmas tree . . .

. . . with some decorations bought at Tiffany." Sorry, Eartha baby - I'd give you anything . . . . . . except Tiffany. ;-)
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WristScan: Who says there are no new trails to blaze? . . .

. . . great theme, CC - should've thought of it myself!
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