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The dial of the watch on the left hand side, looks very much like a 1970s Seamaster; however, the word Seamaster is not there. It has Omega, Automatic movement, Swiss Made. I am assuming it is the 1020 movement; however, what I can not figure out is what type of watch this is. All the ones I have seen from that era, had the word Seamaster listed on the bottom half of the dial. Anyone know the model?

OMEGA REPAIR LOT-SEAMASTER Cal 501-RUNS+DIALS+MOVEMENTS 1020-GOOD BAL,267-RUNS | eBay
 

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I believe it's just a straight Omega Automatic, nothing more. You're probably right about the caliber as well. I don't think I can recall having ever seen an Automatic in anything other with a date-only function, but the one you linked to looks legit.
 

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I believe it's just a straight Omega Automatic, nothing more. You're probably right about the caliber as well. I don't think I can recall having ever seen an Automatic in anything other with a date-only function, but the one you linked to looks legit.
Thanks for the reply. Admittedly, I had never seen an Omega with no name at the bottom. Interesting how this one does not, and yet, it looks just like a seamaster w/o the name.
 
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