omega vintage database says this model should have a cal 269 and be made in the early 60's (also not the -62 on the caseback). the cal 267 has the same outside dimensions and the serial number was used rarely in watches made at that time but usually in watches from 56-58 see here. So it's maybe possible that the 267 is the original movement but then again it may not be. It looks to me like the dial may have been repainted (the o in omega seems too flat the geneve looks like the early 50's style genve but too thick imo) and the hands replaced with very different ones. but I'm not 100% sure so you should wait for someone who is more knowledgeable to confirm that also i've been on a roll getting these wrong recently. the seller mentions plaque on the case back this means it is gold plated.
A forum community dedicated to watch owners and enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about watch collections, displays, watch winders, accessories, classifieds, and more! We welcome all manufacturers including Casio G-Shock, OMEGA, Rolex, Breitling, Rolex and Tudor, Seiko, Grand Seiko and others.