My grandfather had recently passed and my dad gave me his old watch. I can tell that its an Omega Seamaster Deville, automatic, and its gold. I don't know much about Omegas. I had a new leather band put on, but have not had it serviced yet.
Could anyone tell me approximate age? And should I have it fully serviced?
The back is hard to read, but it says 15-65 and then the person inscription. Is 15-65 a model number? I can't seem to find that on google.
This is an heirloom I do not plan on selling. I shared the same name as my grandfather and it is engraved on the back. Fun car fact, he received this watch from a former employer...Oxy-Catalyst Inc. The makers of the first catalytic converters for smoke stacks and gasoline engines.