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I am interested in buying a vintage Omega.
Dial 18K gold with hand-rivetted gold hour markers and "stick" hands.
Unishell case number 166020
Case stamped 18K 0.750, with an assay marking from Latvia
Calibre 565 - 25294007
Year approx 1967?
Can you confirm this is a genuine Omega?
I have checked on the Vintage watch database, and it only lists a stainless or Gold cap version dated 1965 for the calibre 565.
Your help and advise is appreciated.