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  1. m neuman

    m neuman What, me worry? Feb 16, 2014

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    Can someone post an image and numbers the correct bracelet for a 2915-1 with end pieces, please?
     
  2. michael e

    michael e Feb 16, 2014

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    7077
    Undated.
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  3. michael e

    michael e Feb 16, 2014

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    End pieces are no6
     
  4. ginobi

    ginobi Feb 16, 2014

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    Yes... no date code & end links n° 6 with only one notch ;)

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    Ciao, Gino
     
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  5. Dash1

    Dash1 Formerly: Ash Feb 17, 2014

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    Why undated? If the date matches the year of production (usually the bracelet date comes 1 year after production) then a dated 7077 would be fine - no?
     
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  6. tomvox1

    tomvox1 Feb 17, 2014

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    Could be they were not stamping date/quarter on these/this early. But happy to be enlightened on that.
    Best,
    T.
     
  7. Dash1

    Dash1 Formerly: Ash Feb 17, 2014

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    I'd need to double check but I think I have '57 and '59 dated 7077's. 2915-1 were 'produced' up to 1959 according to extracts of Omegas archive.
     
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  8. rolexfantastic

    rolexfantastic Feb 17, 2014

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    Gino, what are your thoughts on this undated 1035 (note, the ref. is there):

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  9. ginobi

    ginobi Feb 17, 2014

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    From what I know Omega starts to engrave date code on 1959 (IMHO) . Have ever seen a 7077 dated '57 or '58 ? If you have one to show I'll be happy to learn something new :)

    I have two thoughts on this undate 1035 : a lack of factory or a service bracelet


    Ciao, Gino
     
  10. ginobi

    ginobi Feb 17, 2014

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    There are three mark of 7077 (IMHO) :

    early 7077 no date code ('57, '58) as above

    std 7077 with date code '59, '60
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    transitional 7077 with date code '61,
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    where the elastic links pass from the double to the single but not removable


    Ciao, Gino
     
  11. michael e

    michael e Feb 17, 2014

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    Here is a undated 1039 too.
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  12. ginobi

    ginobi Feb 17, 2014

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    there are many of them w/o datecode... may be... a service too ?

    and then ... ?
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    Ciao, Gino
     
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  13. mac_omega

    mac_omega Feb 18, 2014

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    Ciao Gino,

    I have got a dated 7077 bracelet! It is dated 4/58:

    7077_4_58.jpg

    kind regards

    Erich
     
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  14. ginobi

    ginobi Feb 18, 2014

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    WOW !!!

    Very very interesting , it's the really first '58 I have ever seen !

    Many Tks Erich



    Ciao, Gino
     
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  15. cristos71

    cristos71 Feb 19, 2014

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    Great post, interesting to see the very slight variations.
    Out of interest I also have a 1 58 but on my gold 7077 :cool:

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  16. Emeister

    Emeister Donut-eatin desk-divin wannabe-astronaut fat dude Feb 19, 2014

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    :cool: ^^^^^^
    A lot more work went into the Omega symbol on the gold clasp.


    Wish I'd known that 'single' expandable links are ok on a 7077 a couple of weeks ago.
    There was a complete bracelet up for sale and I recognised the 7077 clasp but thought it must be a 'put together' bracelet.

    Price was almost right that I should have picked it up for the clasp alone anyway :unsure:
    Can't even find it as a completed listing now :(

    Any more information on the "not removable" part would be greatly appreciated.

    Gino,
    Where does this type of clasp fit into your three marks? I believe this is also classed as a 7077?
    7077pezzib.jpg

    Ian
     
  17. michael e

    michael e Feb 19, 2014

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    I have just sold my 7077 with single fixed sprung links. Dated 1961.
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  18. Emeister

    Emeister Donut-eatin desk-divin wannabe-astronaut fat dude Feb 19, 2014

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    You're quick Michael :cool:
    I was just coming back to edit my post to say that the first I heard of it was your sale earlier this week and then Gino's post above.

    Thanks for the pictures. I can now see how they differ from the 7912/1506/1039 links. :thumbsup:

    I need to talk to you about some springs. Just got some ongoing car issues at the moment (been at the mechanics over three weeks now :confused: ) so having to keep an eye on my pennies.
     
  19. michael e

    michael e Feb 19, 2014

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    I can trade you some springs for your car if you like :) What is it? Ferrari, Porsche, Lambo? if it is a Bugatti veyron I can trade a full set of springs to help you out and take that old thing off your hands.
    Seriously, drop me a PM when you are ready, I am always ready to budge on price.
    Cheers Mick.
     
  20. Emeister

    Emeister Donut-eatin desk-divin wannabe-astronaut fat dude Feb 19, 2014

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    :D
    Not a fan of giving details of my car on an open forum that contains details of my most expensive possessions :cautious:
    I will say that your expectations are maybe a tad on the high side :p

    Back to the 7077's.
    Who would be our go to guy for repairing this poor attempt at getting to the springs?
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    Not done by me, I might add.
    (date stamped 2, 60 - so fits in with Gino's list above)

    Good news is that tucked safely behind that clasp are another two double links :thumbsup:
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    So three one end and two the other. My limited knowledge leads me to believe that's a full set.

    The other two definitely need some springs
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    Would it be best to replace all of them at the same time?
    The unfortunate thing is I don't have a correct watch to put it on.
    Yet :cool:
    or endlinks ::facepalm2::


    Have these ever been faked? Think I may have just re-found that Mark 3 ::jumpy::