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Hi

Picked up nice Omega pocket watch around 1923 according to the serial number, silver case. I have stripped it down as it needs a new staff which is on order but I then found the centre wheel is damaged beyond repair. I have tried all the usual sources with no luck, if anyone has a breaker or can suggest any more sources I would be obliged. It's a Cal 18 LPB. Don't know if other cals would suit or wether it is unique to that model. Any help gratefully received.

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Barry

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Hi Simon

 

Thanks for the post. As I said It's a cal 18LPB. I have managed to find one from one of my contacts in Sweden, hopefully when it arrives I can reassemble and get it going. It's a really nice movement as you would expect from Omega. I do love old Omega movements. When I get it up and running I'll post a picture if you are interested.

Thanks

Barry

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On ‎14‎/‎02‎/‎2018 at 12:49, barrywatch said:

Hi Simon

 

Thanks for the post. As I said It's a cal 18LPB. I have managed to find one from one of my contacts in Sweden, hopefully when it arrives I can reassemble and get it going. It's a really nice movement as you would expect from Omega. I do love old Omega movements. When I get it up and running I'll post a picture if you are interested.

Thanks

Barry

    a picture of the parts would be good also.   vin

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