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Today is vintage Omega Day. I picked my Seamaster Deville out of the watch box this morning. The date is off by a day, but I didn't want to torture it by pulling out the date change stem 30 times. I'll just subtract "1" if I need it.
 

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Every Day is Vintage Omega Day here!

I'm thinking of sending this watch in for a re-dial (shock)

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What? No!

You can sell that one, and buy a worse one to redial. Some people would love an original dial is such good condition.
Well that's probably some good advice. I can just spend a hundred dollars more and buy one for myself with an even nicer dial.
 

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My turn, flightmaster cal. 910 with original one-color pushers and the rare 1159/155 bracelet, made only in 1969 for the flightmaster and the Speedmastetr Mk II (1159/154). Some fading on the dial as is common on these early 910's.

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Y'all have some gorgeous watches!
In my case I sought out some birth-year watches. I'm amazed they still run within a couple seconds a day after a full service

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