The 2 blanks are from his first post. He corrected it above. There are only 2 images
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fantastic, excellent Thank you
Thank you !
Great job, thanks for your work!
Thank you and welcome!
Great, so my 27 mil RN 165.024 has the correct (Type F) bezel.
Caseback is a 1970 issue also so it all sounds good.
edit, added a photo
Oh shit, I have the first one.
Very helpful information for this community of dedicated collectors.
Checked my 165.024. Extract confirms production at 23rd of February 1968. Serial 26.290.xxx.
Type D fits very well with your lists.
Hey nice. Why don't you put a flat crown on?
It's the way it was found.
I prefer to keep a bit of history with it.
Historically it has a flat crown, hence what I said
As for flat crown, du you refer to the Najad type ?
My watch has the later screw down type.
Do you think it's incorrect in anyway?
I would be a tad surprised as the watch appeared when uncovered to be a untouched "barn find".
what year is it? around 1967 I guess?
Extract confirmed 23.02.1968.
I can't remember in what year the crown changed...
According to the Worn & Wound purchase guide it was in 1967.
This pic is funny beacause, see the Omega logos. Tehy seem to be inverted. The thinner one should be the elder the bold one the latter.
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