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I've got some numbers for a Seamaster Auto - - - but no pics. Have the chance to trade some items for this watch and was wondering if anyone could I.D. it for me. Numbers are as follows:-
The most prominent number is 1020, other numbers are 1660209, 41, 874848. The numbers are all on the movement, none on the case. The pics I was supplied are very blurry and The info supplied says the watch was bought in 1980. Thanks in advance, Brian.
 

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Wasn't worried at all, the owner sent the watch before I sent the goodies he was after - - - casino related stuff - - - cards, pens, badges and low value chips. I'm happy with it and one day when I master loading pics, I will post shots. It's strange how things come about - - - I contacted this guy after he placed an ad chasing casino stuff (which I had) and told him how I collect watches and b'doing out came the Omega that he didn't wear. It's not a style I would normally wear, but the deal was done. Gotta love trading, the items a had were of no interest to me so there was no problem passing them on and I estimate this watch has cost me 175- 200.
 
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