Hi OF My local antique shop has this 18K Seamaster de Ville with cal 562 and ref 14770 SC 61 with serial number dating it to 1963. I think it corresponds with the ref OT14770 found on the Omega Vintage Database. It comes with an aftermarket 18K mesh bracelet and the omega box seen in the photo. The movement and inner caseback photos were taken by the watchmaker as the watch is currently being serviced. The shop services all its watches before sale and offers 1 year guarantee on the movement. The shop owner says the mass of the gold case and bracelet is 60.6 grams with a scrap gold value of $2200. The overall price of the watch, bracelet and box is $2665. The issues I see are: Not sure if the dial is original or not. The cursive DE VILLE text was present on dials exported for the US market? I think I can just make out T SWISS MADE T under the 6 marker but not sure I can see lume on hands or hour markers ( pics are unclear as incoming from seller) There is black stuff around the case back. Cant be corrosion since it's a gold case? Movement tired looking but it may clean up after the service? Is that corrosion on the bridge plate? I like the look of these Seamaster unishell cases and the original crown and to have one in gold would be just awesome but not sure if condition matches the price. Any advice would be greatly appreciated! If you require better pictures especially of the dial I can send later as I will view the watch when it comes back from servicing.