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Dennison Caseback "PAT APPLIED FOR" Omega Seamaster 1954


Nigel Kibble
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I have an Omega Seamaster from circa 1954 inside the case back it has a case number of 197 which corresponds to the case . I was wondering what the "PAT APPLIED FOR" is in reference to. Any help would be most appreciated. The case is made by Dennison in DeniSteel stainless steel.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/ZpsuQfFEHjsR6s6h8 heres a picture of the case back

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I would guess that the case type was new and that the "patent applied for" means that an application to the patent office for the design of that type had been made (ie do not copy my design!!!).

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