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Just got this vintage beauty in today. It was an impulse eBay buy but I got it for a good price. It appears to be from the 1940's or, perhaps, earlier. I'm digging it al ot but as I got my first Omega yesterday it may not get much wrist time for a while.

RS

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Looks great Rusty! Does it keep time or do you need to send it in to get it cleaned and in working order.
 

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It's keeping time pretty well over the last eight or so hours. In sure that it needs to be serviced so I will get done at some point.

I'm really digging it even though is pretty small, around 35mm.

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Great watch, such cool hands!
There's something special about vintage watches for practicality with verve - before *design concepts* came along to muddy the waters
 
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