Date Your Omega

Recent Omega watches usually carry their serial number on the case back or on one of the shoulders and are laser-etched very small digits. Older Omega watches may only have the serial number on the inside of the watch, which may require a jeweller or independent watch maker to open the case back.

Below are the serial numbers and the corresponding date of manufacture but this in not exact perhaps close to 1-2 years also depends when the watch was sold.

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Date Your Omega

500000+ (1895)
1000000+ (1900)
2000000+ (1902)
2500000+ (1905)
3000000+ (1908)
4000000+ (1912)
5000000+ (1916)
6000000+ (1923)
7000000+ (1925)
7500000+ (1930)
8500000+ (1935)
9000000+ (1939)
9500000+ (1943)
10000000+ (1944)
11000000+ (1947)
12000000+ (1950)
13000000+ (1952)
14000000+ (1954)
15000000+ (1956)
16000000+ (1958)

17000000+ (1960)
18000000+ (1961)
19000000+ (1962)
20000000+ (1963)
21000000+ (1964)
22000000+ (1965)
23000000+ (1966)
25000000+ (1967)
26000000+ (1968)
28000000+ (1969)
30000000+ (1970)
33000000+ (1971)
34000000+ (1972)
36000000+ (1973)
38000000+ (1974)
39000000+ (1975)
40000000+ (1977)
41000000+ (1978)
42000000+ (1979)
44000000+ (1980)

45000000+ (1982)
48000000+ (1984)
49000000+ (1985)
50000000+ (1986)
51000000+ (1989)
53000000+ (1991)
54000000+ (1993)
55000000+ (1995)
56000000+ (1998)
59800000+ (1999)
61000000+ (2000)
65000000+ (2001)
65500000+ (2002)
68000000+ (2003)
70000000+ (2004)
72000000+ (2005)
78000000+ (2006)
81000000+ (2007)
90000000+ (2008)

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