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  1. Santicman

    Santicman Jan 28, 2019

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    6D36CD7E-C87C-4413-9639-D51057BD5258.jpeg hi every one, around 6 year ago I inherited this omega constellation and since last year I’ve been trying to find th exact model and value. I haven’t opened because I don’t whant any one messing with the mechanisms, so if you know something about it, please let me know.
    I believe is form around 1960’s and also has a pie pan glass.
     
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  2. shaun hk

    shaun hk Fairy nuffer Jan 28, 2019

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    Does it have a gold or steel caseback?
    In this condition it is not worth much in $ terms, but maybe more in sentimental value to you?
    And I think the experts on these will still need to see the insides to full information. But do not try to open it yourself, it would be easy to take off even more value by wrecking the caseback.
    You can also check past sales history for omega pie pan constellation to get an idea of sales prices.
     
  3. Screwbacks

    Screwbacks Jan 28, 2019

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    can you share more close up pictures? that looks unusual for a piepan with only applied logo and omega mark on the dial. the edges of the pan dial are still shatp though.
     
  4. kaisiang098

    kaisiang098 Jan 28, 2019

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    That there is an Omega Constellation with a Pie pan dial.
    With the dogleg lugs and 3 liner(?) dial im assuming that it is a ref 168.005
    In that condition, replaced crown and what seems to be replacement hands, its not worth much in terms of monetary value.
     
  5. JimInOz

    JimInOz "Helpful Hints from Heloise" of bracelet cleaning. Jan 29, 2019

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    That's because someone has attempted to clean the dial at some stage in its life.
     
  6. Screwbacks

    Screwbacks Jan 29, 2019

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    probably a damaged one already.