there is a 75c stamp on the band and that it's a seamaster automatic it's still ticking btw
All the ID info is located inside the watch. Opening it by someone inexperienced could cause damages. If you plan to keep and wear the watch, get it serviced by an experienced watchmaker and you can get all the info at the same time.
The bracelet is made of 18K solid gold, btw.
Just so there's no confusion, the watch isn't. Please and thank you, oh, and an introduction go a long way around here.
I need to coach my son, so by the time my watches are passed down to my future grand kids, they are better prepared in knowing what they have inherited..... ***note to self, keep watch inventory documents up to date...
Don't forget manners, too.
I think it's made by some company called Omega?
that's not an issue... btw, the first little rascal is in the oven as we speak...
Thats a great idea. With the digital age you can leave digital catalogues, historical information. There should be no need for "grandfather's watch, need help" posts in the future.
Congratulations. I hope you mean that figuratively.
What he said. ^^^
The watch must be opened from the front and should only be done by a good watchmaker.
It looks to be in good condition for its age with the exception of some water damage near the 3 marker and a replacement generic crown. The two might be related.
You could sell the after-market bracelet for gold scrap and put the money towards a servicing and a nice leather strap.
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