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Hi, I recently purchased an Omega Constellation automatic, strap & watch 18crt gold. With original cardboard box & red leather bound watch case. OK so far. Now the fun. Inside back case: 151.9132. G107.1. In a circle is No 17. Inside back of watch: 37039451. omega sign with 711 under it. Adjusted two (2) positions. 24 jewells. Co's logo. Intigrated twisted wire type strap. 351.0064 750 under, again No 17 in circle. Can I find it? can I not. burdy12@tiscali.co.uk

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    Jeff Rockwell May 11, 2010

    Don't understand exactly what you're asking. You mentioned a bunch of features and a bunch of numbers, and asked "can I find it? can I not.", but never mentioned WHAT you were looking for. Also, you posted this under "Washing Machines". You may get quicker assistance if you repost this under a subject related to to what it is.

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Sorry about that but thought I was in the omega watch site.
Washing machines!, just my luck. 1st time I have used this site.

My problem is that I cannot find this particular model on most of the omega watch sites I have tried and was wondering, a) is it a fake, or b), is it rare.

Further info I missed out, the dial, its oblong.

Thanks for your time, Best regards, clive b

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