Omega 41.6 mm diameter
41mm is the case without the crown?
I think that is made of nickel.
Yes, nickel cased ,41.6 mm without crown
drool, drool, drool and drool. oh my god I'm a mess
Here is its sister..
Careful with those radium dials, they can be like Fukushima...
Here is mine.
My new old Omega watch case silver 35.5 mm.
Here is one I just got....
I think the crystal is actually intended to be yellow rather than a cellulose one that has degraded.
Anyone know this movement? Cannot ID it. I've another Patria that has the same movement, which has a broken staff.
I've 3rd Patria but with a different movement...
Its a Sonceboz movement,
and came in a Fahys Sterling case:
I do love this thread!
Circa 1910's, case has 4.7 mil. serial.
.. strap was made by @jankoxxx
Here is a recent restoration of mine. Its a 1912 prewar omega (British silver hallmarked Omega case) with a 12L movement.
Here is mine a nickel cased around 40mm exclusive of the crown. 3.34 million movement serial number and with the Depose 9846 stamped into the inside of the case back which refers to the lugs which were patented. It also has an inner dust cover as well. Running perfectly at the moment. I have just sent away for an Omega extract from the archives.
I'm curious what they will show for this period in time and if it were an American cased watch, would they show anything at all?.
Please keep us posted.
I've browsed through this one a half-dozen times.
As it is an Omega there might be information in the books.
BUT: in this early serial range the watch must be looked up by the case serial number, not the movement number. And the info is not on microfiche but really hand-written in one of the XL old books.
I will certainly keep you updated on the extract from the archives. It is a very interesting watch being large and with the Depose 9846.
Here's a few more in my collection.....
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Just a few more...
Here is the Omega Extract from the Archives for my 40mm nickel cased sub seconds wrist watch.
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