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Been a while since I added a Omega to the collection just picked this up last month.




A good sized watch as you can see next to my Tudor Snowflake

This is a Omega issued to the RAF issued for one year in 1953 has a MOD redial called a fat arrow the original dial has what's known as the thin arrow dial. Has a 283 cal. movement the case has 18mm fixed lugs and has a acrylic crystal. Kind of a cool watch with history. The tip of the second hand broke some time in the past. Been a while since I had some thing to post here.
 

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I like that, didn't know they existed. As ex-RN I always look out for the IWC watches which were issued to the RN, with the same markings (known as "Pusser's Arrow" in the RN).
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