Hi. I need help...
what is model?
what is the production date?
what is the market price?
I think it's a parts watch.
Omega did not use the 2 million serial numbers, the barrel and train bridges don't look like any Omega I know of.
Market price is whatever you paid for it.
If the case is really 18K gold then it's worth around $400 in scrap. Not Omega in my opinion.
Maybe I'm wrong, it could be a caliber 19''' LIB NN introduced in 1925, it was an ex Regina caliber (Regina was one of Omega's early sister brands).
The Omega script on the dial is from very early, around 1904/5.
So I still think this is a parts watch.
The plate layout somewhat resembles Regina (sold by Omega in Canada) movements. These were a “companion” line to Omega. Read “cheaper”. I’m surprised to see an Omega dial on it. The movement looks tired, and rust shows on many steel parts. The case is marked 18 k. The front cover hinge has been damaged. Market price? Not much of a market for a deteriorated movement of average grade, even in a solid 18-karat gold case. Find out what the scrap gold value of the case would be, and hope a/ you didn’t pay much more than that for it, or b/ if you’re selling it, aim to get as much over the scrap value as you can get for it. It’s only worth what someone will pay for such an example.
Hi JimInOz. I went to evaluate the price of the pocket watch and they wanted to pay me $ 1500.
Then I went to a pawn shop and they could give me up to $ 1800.
is a good price?. The clock is an inheritance from my grandfather, I don't know anything about it.
Take it and run
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