Having bought my first 2505 a little while ago, I'm addicted. Absolutely love the look of these. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on your perspective) these are becoming really pricey when all original... but when you find a good one at a reasonable price, the feeling is just awesome. So, I spend most of my time in South America. A lot of Frankens here - but at the same time, quite an interesting history Omega has here with the 30t2's and Teddington's etc. A lot of caution definitely necessary but some interesting finds. I found this interesting dial which appears to be in a gold plated 2505-1 case. At first I assumed it was a redial, but judging from the 2505 article on blackbough, it could just be original. What do you think? Here is the blackbough image, which refers to the image in the top right as a 2505-1 from 1947. https://www.blackbough.co.uk/omega-reference-2505-varying-examples-of-this-oversize-model/ Here is the watch that is for sale. Terrible picture - but I'll try to inspect it this weekend to verify the watch in person to look at the dial. While not identical to the top right image, the styling of the seconds are still consistent with many other 2505's including my own honeycomb 2505-19. The Case appears to be gold plated but the lugs do not have the outside holes for the pins. The crown is signed and looks original, also in gold. While I know you can't give me the best input judging from the quality of the pics - perhaps some thoughts or guidelines on what to look for when I see it in person.