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Happy New Year All!

I've been seriously collecting vintage watches for about 10 years now. My first vintage watch, a 1938 Hamilton, was given to me by my high school sweetheart's dad. She's moved on, but I still wear my Hamilton 38 years later. This Christmas I made the big step by getting my first Omega, a 1956 automatic Seamaster calendar with cal. 503 movement. I thought I'd share it with you.

Omega Seamaster c. 1956
Posts: 4 | Location: United Kingdom | Registered: December 02, 2009
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Nice watch, thanks for sharing it with us!

Posts: 5244 | Location: Northern Ohio in the U.S.A. | Registered: December 04, 2002
Nice, nice watch- you can't go wrong getting into Omegas- but educate yourself and go for the best condition you can find. The cost of parts (both movement and especially case parts) is really getting high.Also a lot of collectors are going after these. Demand is high and I think values will hold although some prices seem to be coming down. Omega and Certina are my favorite Swiss brands.(Excepting recent ETA movement stuff).
Posts: 653 | Location: St Paul, Minnesota in the USA | Registered: May 04, 2004
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Rob nice watch as has already been said you can,t go wrong with the omegas..I think you will find them too be very good time keepers.
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Posts: 3208 | Location: Monticello, Kentucky U.S.A. | Registered: June 24, 2004
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