I'm hoping someone can help me with some info on these 2 watches I'm looking at. Been trying to find info online but haven't had much luck yet. I'm curious about the model name, any history of the model, age, any guesses on value.
1) 1940's Longines. Pretty minimal in terms of markings. No idea what the model would be. Haven't seen any other Longines online or otherwise with this green colour dial (not sure if it's originally green or faded to that colour). Signed crown Longines + logo. Caseback reads Longines; waterproof; antimagnetic; shock absorber; swiss made. Engraved on mechanism: Longines; Swiss; 17 jewels; 9809592(?); 12.68Zs. Inside casebook reads: acier; inoxydable; fab Suisse; Swiss made; 6264 14; 262. All original as far as I know.
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2) 1950's(?) Omega. Sub-dial seconds. Outer casebook blank. Inside caseback reads: acier staybrite; Omega watch co; fab. Suisse; Swiss made; 2639-12. Crown signed with a "B", non-original? Mechanism reads: Omega; Swiss; 17 jewels; (Omega symbol) 266; 13477917. This one appears pretty similar to some models of the Omega Suveran, however doesn't say Suveran anywhere. I believe the Suverans were sold in Sweden. This watch came from Finland, pretty close proximity to Sweden so could have made it there somehow.
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Any info would be much appreciated! Thank you