could hardly discern the two. I just don't have the eyes for this. I stared hard at my MacBook Air (Gen1) screen at both photographs. It would help if both photos are taken at the same spot/time. Same subject matter helps However, after going to and fro for a few times, I think (yes it could be my i
but what a discovery this is. Jumping Hours is uncommon, added to that we are looking at a "barrel" shape case and salmon colour dial making it a rare Omega. A great catch even if the movement is an ETA.
I used to have a rectangular AP with regulator dial in manual wind. But I gifted it to someone more than 18 years ago. It was a small watch, by today's standard, but I remember it wore well on my wrist. I did not have any photo of my watch but found one similar on the internet. It was before AP beca