Hello, and i need some help?

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  1. mcdobrad06

    mcdobrad06

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    Hello all!
    I joined to get some expert help on a watch that i bought in a garage sale, i bought it for $15 and it looks like a old watch to me , im wondering what model is it and how much value does the watch have? It's a Omega Deville watch , it has a leather strap , i cant find the right model/make online anywhere , ill provide some photos below , help will be much appreciated!

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  2. Korean Cowboy

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    Hey mate, welcome to TKF! Nice find there...my advice is to take it to a watchmaker for inspection. They'll be able to open it up and verify whether or not it's a genuine De Ville. If so...WOW, great find! Now I'm more inspired to hit up garage sales, and not just for furniture...LOL
  3. Joseph Chambers

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    and it looks real good too!
  4. Nicko

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    It looks kosher but you won't really know till you have it opened up. Great find if it's genuine.
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    Welcome to TKF! :cheers:
  6. Korean Cowboy

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    Did you ever take it to a watchmaker?
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    Between 300.00-500.00. Welcome to TKF!