Omega late 1950s Seamaster Automatic in stainless steel. One piece case, movement is accessed from the front. Dial is a silvery color and is showing its age, plus a few scratches from somewhere in its past. No lume on hands or dial. Acrylic crystal, unsigned, and unsigned crown. Bracelet is a cheap replacement. Watch runs very well with good reserve (2 days+). It was just serviced, but runs a bit fast, and the jeweler recorded the following from inside the case:
I also have a pocket watch I bought new in 1976 (went through a pocket watch phase while in the Navy). This is marked "Princeton-G" just below the 12 with a locomotive image below that. Below center is "17 Jewels" and "Incabloc" just above the 6 o'clock small seconds. Fully numbered white dial 1-12, and numbers 1-60 on outside rim of the dial with every 5 minute increment in red, with "Swiss Made" at the very bottom of the dial. The back of the case is a bit scuffed and has a locomotive engraving. I had my initials engraved on the back below the loco. Inside face of the screw down back is marked "Delemont Watch Co." and "Base Metal".
Movement is marked on top "DELEMONT WATCH CO.", "SWISS", "SEVENTEEN 17 JEWELS", and "UNADJUSTED". Below the balance wheel is the Unitas shield, 6431, and 6445. The movement still looks brand new and the watch runs within 2 seconds a day. The case is a silver finish with decorative finishing around the edge of the screw down bezel and back, with a bit of wear exposing the brass under the plating. Acrylic crystal in excellent condition, and the hands appear to be blued, not painted. No signs of wear or aging on the face or hands. This is a very nice watch made well before ETA took over Unitas. Back looks much better than the pics (flash glare).
I'll trade both for a good FAL or G3 clone, .223 rifle, a good .30-30 lever rifle, 9mm semi-compact, .357 or something else interesting.
I'm currently working in San Clemente, Ca.,for a possible face to face on the watches (no FWL required), but I am a NW Ohio resident for the purposes of an FFL transfer (I have an odd job). I'd prefer that to avoid confusion on the condition of either watch. If you are interested in either watch, I will honor a three day inspection, money back less shipping, no questions asked. Got pics of both available via email.
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