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Hi,
I have a friend who is trying to identify a watch she inherited from a relative.
It is a vintage ladies Omega gold watch.
We'll have to get some clearer pictures of the watch but for now we are simply looking to find out approximate year, name if available and approximate value in excellent working condition. Would appreciate any help I can get. [email protected] 614-572-6016

Thank you,

Michael

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You might want to try this site:

http://www.old-omegas.com

SteveW had posted a lot of Omega catalogs from the 1960's. Perhaps you could find more information there.

Another suggestion would be to have a watchmaker open up the watch and record the information from the inside back of the case and search the Omega Vintage Database (from Omega itself).

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

You will have to register, but it is free. Don't be disappointed if you can't find it. Many of the ladies watches of the 1960's were made specifically for the American market and carry different identification numbers than their Swiss counterparts.

Neil is probably correct on the value, though. Not much market for these today. Most women are wearing men's watches now.

Take care,
gatorcpa
 
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