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If you're referring to a vintage watch, send an email to [email protected] and request a "Extract of Records." You'll receive an email response, similar to this:
Dear Mr.

Many thanks for your email and interest in our brand.

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For other information's please note that such inquiries have to be made through our "vintage watches" website section. Please follow this procedure:

1. use our "store locator" section to find an official Omega dealer in your area who could assist you to get the movement number (7 or 8-digit number engraved on the movement) and the case or reference number (engraved on the INSIDE case back). These numbers usually appear on the guarantee and on the original invoice as well.

http://www.omegawatches.com/index.php?id=127

2. register in our "vintage watches" website section

http://www.omegawatches.com/cu_vintage/

3. use the "quick search" or the "advanced search and keyword search" to see if your watch reference is present in our database. If you find it, you will get all the details about your time piece. If not, or if you have a pocket watch, please go to the next step below (point 4).

http://www.omegawatches.com/cu_vintage/main.php

4. use the "advanced search" and give us the requested information by filling every field on the form. We will then get your message and treat your inquiry personally but you will need to be very patient as we have a considerable amount of inquiries.

http://www.omegawatches.com/cu_vintage/advsearch.php

PRODUCTION DATE OF AN OMEGA WATCH

Please note that we don't give any details anymore regarding production date or delivery country, except for pocket watches in general and wrist watches being repaired or restored in our headquarters or by our partners. However, our "vintage watches" website section is usually showing a range of production years among the features of each watch style and a new link "How old is my watch?" will allow you to estimate the production year of your watch.

If you wish nevertheless to obtain the production and delivery details of your time piece, you can ask our Customer Service ([email protected]) for an "Extract Of Registers".

The cost of such a certificate is amounting to CHF (swiss francs) 50.-- and can be effected - as a pre-payment - either by credit card, by personal cheque or by transfer to the UBS Ltd., Bienne, account no XXXX Swift Code XXXX.

In order to identify your timepiece, we need to have the important following references :

- movement number (engraved on main plate of movement)
- exact case number (engraved inside case back)
- metal of case

Also, please give us your complete address.

On receipt of your above essential information, we shall be very pleased to try to find the required details from our archives.​
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Thanks a lot eric!!
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Do note that this IS NOT a certficate of authenticity. It is a statement by Omega, that according to their records, a watch bearing those numbers left the factory on a certain date.

They make no comment on the particular watch you may -- or may not -- have in your possession, it's condition or its authenticity.

Anyone can submit a set of numbers and description to Omega . . . . whether they own the watch or not.

It is merely an extract of Omega's records, and that is what they call it, for the excellent reason that is precisely what it is.

I am merely stating the obvious, but calling something what it is not is a pet peeve of mine. Falsehoods repeated may become, at best, urban legend or at worst, commonly accepted knowledge.

Sam aka Hewybaby
 
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