. . . on a railroad track with an oncoming train in the viewfinder?! Don't, K . . . it's not worth it! Anything for a photo, but not that, please. In the meantime, an antecedent of your modern Omega chronometer . . . . . . on my wrist today and tomorrow . . .
. . . an '85 Rolex Air King . . . . . . exactly like this one, with Bahrain Petroleum Company (BAPCO) marking. Sold off to fund my first GO; an error of the first order. Now, if we can stretch the definition of Dark Ages watches to include designs that were introduced in the year 2000 but not produc
. . . ample evidence of mid-'60s Omegas with solid gold dials without 'OM' markings. After searching the internet, this popped up . . . . . . originally posted on a French watch forum, which was then shared on Omega Forums. If your watchmaker said he saw a hallmark on the back of the dial, I believe