Hi OF! So I've been on a quest finding "vintage" Omegas and ran across an Omega Seamaster 200m Diver Pre-Bond in 40mm Full Size and Automatic Cal. 1111. It was listed on an auction site for a great price (normally midsize quartz models) with the original box, manual, and extra links. When the package arrived, it came with a lot more items than I expected, outer box, inner box, pillow, original tag, original display card, chronometer certificate with envelope, warranty cards, warranty card envelope, original manual, extra links, and even "spare hands". However, the biggest "caveat" to this amazing deal is that it looks like the dial has some issues. It seems like the dial has been repainted or repaired to which the "Swiss Made" has been painted over or scraped off, and the silver paint around the date window is gone. With such a great collection of pieces to a truly "Full Set" Omega Seamaster 200m Pre-Bond Automatic, is it worth searching for a replacement dial or even see if Omega has this spare part? This watch is not truly vintage, made in 1992, but supposedly more rare than other Pre-Bond Seamasters quartz models. Thanks OF for any advice for next steps! I added some photos of the "original" dial and some supporting photos to see if investing in this set is worth it.