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WWW's aka The Dirty Dozen


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On 22/05/2018 at 21:58, trident-7 said:

I'm not sure that dial is correct for an Omega WWW. It's not an "original" dial & I also don't think it's a MoD redial. As far as I know the A in Omega should always be flat-topped. The numerals & pheon are also wrong. Do you think it's been redialed or refinished?

I'm not sure TBH, you're probably better qualified than I on such matters! The Omega came from a now retired local watchmaker who had vast amounts of ex MoD watches (I'm sure he had worked at Herstmonceux Castle) so it could well be a marriage as he had masses of boxes  of parts and watches.

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The dial doesn't look genuine. Might just be a redial or something. Everything has been relumed which further enforces this idea. Don't know if hands are the original ones either.

ALso, missing lume plots on hour markers.

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On 18/02/2020 at 18:26, Hugo Read said:

I've got an IWC one from my Dad. Wearing it now. I love it, it's my go to every day watch. Any thoughts on what year it's from?....


That’s easy. All of the WWW’s are from a single year…1945.

Your IWC has had it’s original Radium dial changed at a later date, to a Tritium-lumed one(hence the circled ‘T’). It has the watch’s NATO stock number on the dial, hence it’s called the ‘NATO dial’

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