Hello guys. Long story short, I received a manual wind omega seamaster that my grandfather used to wear back when he was a seaman during the 50s and 60s. I asked on a different forum for information, and told me that the watch bellow is cal 283/284 late 50s early 60s, and the dial is a bad redial. (That should explain why I could not find any watches similar to this). Ι found a pretty good watchmaker in my city, and told me he can find a new dial, or he can send it for a repaint. My idea was to either put a black dial or paint it black like the watch bellow. Is the watch truly redialed or is there a chance that the dial is original? From a little research that I have made, watch collectors are not fans of redials, but in the case of my watch, I was thinking that since I am not going to sell it and the dial (if the information I got is correct) is not the original, a redial would be a good think. What do you guys believe? Thanks in advance.