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#### Pryce

·I'm not a watch guy, but my father just handed me this vintage Omega watch and I'd like to know more about it.

A bit of backstory; my great grandfather supposedly walked 120km to buy this watch, but they didnt have the model with numbers instead of roman numerals at that store, so he walked another 100km to the next one to get it.

My father didnt know when this took place, but I assume it was during the interwar years although I'm not certain.

My dad was told this was the first Omega pocketwatch with numbers on it, though after googling a bit I found models with numbers all the way back to 1902. Then again these could have a upgraded face I suppose?

I tried researching this myself, but unfortunately I could not find an exact match so now I'm here asking the Omega gods.

I did find models with very simelar faces, but with slight differences in number placements or details.

The casing is non magnetic, so I'm assuming it's silver.

It's got some wear and dents, but it still runs perfectly fine!

Thanks for any assistance you can provide!