While visiting the folks (mine and hers) in Orlando I picked up couple of watches (other is in the other watch forum). First is a SS Seamaster 2791-6, cal 266, sub seconds. This is an unmarked Seamaster because Omega says it is a Seamaster but they did not put that on the watch itself. None the less This is part of that interesting group of early 50's watches with 265.266, 283,285 etc. manual movements. The successive progeny of the 30t2. While not Chronometre's with RG regulators, These are great and accurate watches. This one has an original two tone (black on black) dial, with gold gilt script and indices. The effect is quite visible when worn, but hard to photograph, the outer black ring is more flat in reflectance. This watch also came in several colors and patterns, including a TT silver, TT white and a very dramatic TT black and white bullseye that I would love to get my hands on! I also am enthused about the lugs which have an integrated bombay shape that appears a precursor of the Speedmasters.