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  1. Khanin

    Khanin Apr 15, 2018

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    Dear Brother,
    I have omega seamaster from my father. I Would like to restoration as same original condition.
    Anyone can suggest how to redial according the original.
    I have attach the picture detail of this watch for reference,
    Thank you very much for all suggestion.
    KP
     
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  2. Khanin

    Khanin Apr 15, 2018

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    Again,
    Can everyone suggestio Who can refurbishment this dial?
     
  3. ChrisN

    ChrisN Apr 15, 2018

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    Unfortunately, I don't have a suggestion for a company to redial it but suspect that Omega will be your best option.

    It appears to be a cal 354 Seamaster chronometer in a jumbo gold capped case. These are uncommon watches and are very nice to wear so, I hope you're successful. Looks like it also needs work on the case as well as the movement so, a fair bit to do.

    Good luck, Chris
     
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  4. Khanin

    Khanin Apr 15, 2018

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    Thank you,
    I will try my best to do it.
    and also update picture after work on case re- gold capped, celluloid change, crown change and movement cleaning.
     
  5. Khanin

    Khanin Apr 15, 2018

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    What do you think this dial not according with case and movement 354?
    I find the original dial with cal 354 in the google. There are not the same my dial.
     
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  6. efauser

    efauser I ♥ karma!!! Apr 15, 2018

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    With a few exceptions, Omega had many dials for each reference.
     
  7. michael22

    michael22 Apr 15, 2018

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    Spend some time, asking yourself what you want for your father's watch.
    I don't believe Omega will repair things, so much as replacing with new components. Which will make it a very different watch.

    Is the watch now yours, or are you fixing it for your father?
     
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  8. Andrew James

    Andrew James Apr 15, 2018

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    Have a look at Danafi. They are a Spanish outfit and do excellent work. It could take upwards of 3 months and it will not be cheap.
     
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  9. VetPsychWars

    VetPsychWars Wants to be in the club! Apr 16, 2018

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    I would also contact Omega in Switzerland. Since it is a chronometer from an era when Omega consistently submitted the most chronometers for certification, they may have service parts yet and could be sympathetic in their restoration. Some think they'd replace the entire watch but if you'd ask they might not.

    Tom
     
  10. wsfarrell

    wsfarrell Apr 16, 2018

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    I would contact Tim Mackrain, omega_addict at eBay. He does a fantastic job of restoring movements, and works with an excellent dial refinisher (if called for).
     
  11. Khanin

    Khanin Apr 23, 2018

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    Hi everyone
    Thank you for all suggestion.
    Today I’m gonna sharing job done gold capped case refurbished.
     
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