Hi All, I'm new to the forum so thanks for the add and the huge amount I've already learnt from you. I recently bought a Dennison Omega 267 from eBay with very little research (my mistake). I only paid £150 for it so I don't think I've been too badly screwed but I'd like some advice about where to go next. So here's what I've already established: 1. The case is a genuine matching set - the number on the back plate matches with the back of the lug and the back of the bezel. The serial number puts it as a 1960 movement. The Dennison case number is 13332. 2. The movement is genuine and as far as I'm aware correct for the watch. It runs but is very fast so needs a service (likely a kink in the balance spring or old oil I think). 3. I'm not sure whether the dial is original or a redial but it's not in great condition either way. 4. The hands may or may not be original, not sure. I've found a few examples wit the same hands but most I find have heavier dagger hands. 5. The crown is not original. The plexilglass crystal was scratched to death so I removed it and polished it, and its come up quite nicely. The advice I need is whether the dial is original and the hands are the correct ones. If its a redial I may consider having the dial done again. If its original I may leave it as is. Ill be using it as a daily wearer so not too bothered about a redial if it is. Thanks for any help you can give me.