This is for sale look to good is this really NOS the movement doe not look correct. Description Below: This is an incredibly rare find out of a military veteran's estate here in Los Angeles. The watch dates to the early 1950s, and is in "Near New Old Stock" condition (NNOS). All parts are original, the finish is just GORGEOUS brush matte stainless as issued. The dial, crown, back, crystal and hands are completely original and the lume is properly yellowed and the lume yellowing matches the dial indicator lume yellowing. As it has been kept in a drawer nearly its entire life, it just looks virtually perfect. You never see original dials this immaculate. The crystal and crown has their original Omega symbols on them as well. These watches were issued to certain military personnel in Europe, and they were also available for purchase at P.X.s in Europe during the postwar period. This example has its serial number on both the inside and outside of the case back. This may have been an Air Force watch, but I am not sure about that. The buyer should conduct further research on the serial number to provide insight. The watch diameter EXCLUDING the crown is an impressive approximate 36mm, and with the crown it is approximately 39mm. Case thickness including the crystal is a robust approximately 13mm. These watches were issued with oversized crowns so that the watches could be adjusted with a pilot's gloved hands - a really smart design enhancement for military applications. The crystal has some light surface scratches on it. If you look really closely you might find a few hairline scratches on the case as well, but it is just a nearly flawless case with its original matte finish, almost like Parkerizing. That was because this was a true military watch and they wanted to limit glare flashes.