Just popped up:
Why would the hands be positioned to cover the OMEGA AUTOMATIC if the dial is okay? Too many sellers make this "mistake" for it to NOT be hiding something. This one looks okay though.
Personally, I wasn't sure whether just the relatively clean looking movement wouldn't be worth $200 to somebody out there.
That looks like an original dial to me and clean movement too.
I just sold a nice condition 35x parts movement for $50. I'd pay up to $75 for a clean Omega movement, but doubt I'd go higher unless it was a specialty chronometer (ie: 30.10 JUB or similar). Used to get them and the occasional Longines for $20 - $35 from a gold scrapper.
Nothing wrong with it that I can see. A fair price for a fair watch.
We've had plenty of threads from new members looking for good starter watches for a collection.
Well, here ya go!
Totally agree, you can't usually get a Calibre 601 Geneve for that money let alone a original Cal 354 automatic
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