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In reviewing Omega web site's table of "Movement numbers and earliest production year", I noted that the production years between 1920 and1934 are out of sequence. I emailed them about this and received no response. Does any one know if this is possibly a typographical error, or did Omega not follow any logical sequence during that period?
 

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Hmm

One answer could be that they list their records in calibres. I have a scan of their paper records (thanks to an Omega insider) and the dates are all over the place but the cal numbers are in direct sequence.

may assist in answering your question

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desmond

In reviewing Omega web site's table of "Movement numbers and earliest production year", I noted that the production years between 1920 and1934 are out of sequence. I emailed them about this and received no response. Does any one know if this is possibly a typographical error, or did Omega not follow any logical sequence during that period?
 
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