This will give you an idea of how it will look on a tan strap.
The 5712 is lovely!
A real beauty that
The Bergeon 67-67-F I have one too, a precision Swiss tool which makes band changes a snap especially if the lugs have holes, you just need steady hands…
Wow! I can’t even put a monetary value on that…
I like that.
Not actually my watch, but one that came into the Devon Air Ambulance charity shop. Omega Seamaster, pretty obviously. I don’t know anything else about it. Worth much?
From a quick search, I suspect it’s a fake, and therefore pretty much worthless. Seamasters of that vintage did not have exhibition case backs and should also say Professional on the dial. I may be wrong, and I hope so, and hopefully someone with more knowledge can confirm.
It should look like this.
The rotor is made from pressed steel, you can see the deformation at the left side of the slot.
The Intaglio printing on the rotor is a no no. It will fall off and get into the workings.
In which case @Beachcomber should make sure it’s not put on sale but is instead put in the bin. What a shame. Hopefully whoever donated it didn’t know it was fake, as to knowingly give a fake to a charity would be pretty low.
Ah - OK, that’s a shame. I shall let them know.
I wondered about the rotor - it looked odd to me, but I couldn’t be sure. A pity.
I will certainly warn them.
Ah, OK, many thanks. I will let DAA know. Very disappointing.