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  1. Carles

    Carles Registered User
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    This chronograph seems a LANDERON 51. But the dial of this wristwatch is marked with the OMEGA brand, and it seems very new. I'd say it's not an OMEGA (i've never seen an OMEGA with a Landeron movement). Someone restored the dial and marked it with the OMEGA brand. Could it be correct?
    Thank you.

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  2. Adam Harris

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    looks wrong to me
    OMEGA always marked the bridge OMEGA
     
  3. Carles

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    Yes, that's why i think someone restored the dial and marked it with OMEGA. But, there are OMEGAs with a Landeron movement..:???:
     
  4. gatorcpa

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    Landeron never made movements for Omega.

    You may be thinking of Lemania. There are many Omega chronographs with Lemania movements. Lemania was a sister company to Omega and Tissot for many years. Today, they are all under the Swatch Group umbrella.

    Hope this helps,
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  5. Carles

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    Yes, you are right. It wasn't an OMEGA.... Thank you.
     

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