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I have recently acquired this omega watch, and I really like it, however it has been pointed out to me that it's missing a bezel. I am not a collector, so I am just wondering if it is an incomplete watch or it was designed this way due to it being a field watch.
If it makes a difference, the serial number inside the mechanism is 1943, and the serial number on the case is 1944.
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I compared your specimen to known 1933-1934 Omegas, and it is my impression that it DOES appear to be missing a plain-ring bezel!
If that's the case here ( no pun intended, I swear to God*! ) instead of me doing my own seeking and possibly score a wrong size bezel, I would seek the help of a local watchmaker to locate a replacement bezel
* I'm a born-again Christian - it's okay for me to be able to say things like that.
 
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