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I was very anxious to get this one in the mail. It was advertised as an estate find and unknown if it worked or not. I decided to take a chance on it. It came in a green Miss Liberty case from this time and will be a very nice case for my Miss Liberty. Happy dance that it does work, yay!
These are such pretty little watches. Not very expensive models at the time but I can see why the Miss America and Miss Liberty held their popularity. Looks like they were only made for a couple of years before the models changed to the baguette style.
The simulated stones on this one are really pretty and in great condition. The dial is also unique and really nice looking. The crown is a flower and matches the flowers on the band which makes me think they might be original but hard to say. I don't know enough about the model to know. Has a dust cover installed. The movement is date stamped with an omega for 1930 and the serial # starts with a 0 for 1930. Thanks!