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The serial number points it to ca. 1945. Omega bumper automatics were either from the 28.10 or 30.10 series at the time. The designation is on the base plate underneath the balance wheel.

The dial seems legit, no redial. So, there's no reason to assume that the dial has been swapped.

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On tip is that the Tissot cal.28 is basically the same movement (Omega and Tissot were quite closely related at the time) so parts from one will fit the other. The mainplate and bridges on most of the Tissots were not so nicely finished as Omegas.


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