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Yep all looks correct except the crown which should have the logo and the dial slightly patined, otherwise very good condition and all original item
 
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I wouldn't necessarily assume that a mid '40s Omega would have had a signed crown.
Yep. Signed crowns were only introduced to Omegas in 1947 (though there are '47 Omegas still featuring unsigned crowns, which happen to be no less correct).
 
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Oh, and for what it's worth, it stinks of a redial for a mile. The font is much later than the 1940s, the logo doesn't look period-correct either.
 
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the link was somehow corrupted and shows some crap from singapore
i have fixed the first post
 

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the link was somehow corrupted and shows some crap from singapore
i have fixed the first post
The watch in the fixed link - the 30T2 RG chronometer - looks correct. The serials are for circa 1946-1947, which is consistent with the unsigned crown.
 
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