This is a small wartime (WW2) Omega wristwatch in good condition.
The dial is in good condition although it has probably been refurbished in the past. It has Arabic numbers and is signed Omega together with the Omega logo. Small seconds at 6. Generic crown.
The case is made from stainless steel and has been polished. It has a military marking on the back but, with these fancy lugs, I doubt whether it was a military watch! In addition to the military marking, it is engraved with the name Peter Fraser 19/2/49. The condition is good. The diameter is 30.5mm excluding the crown so is a small watch by today's standards. You need to be happy that it will sit well on your wrist. See the picture of it on my wrist which is quite small. Inside the case back it is fully marked Omega.
It runs on the Omega 26.5 calibre movement which is in good condition.
Comes with a non-Omega expanding bracelet.
The size of the watch makes
1941 Omega 26.5
Year 1939-1943 Case Metal Stainless steel Back Metal Stainless steel Back Type Snap Diameter* 30.5mm Length** 40.1 Power Manual Calibre 26.5
* Excluding the crown
** Tip of lugs to tip of lugs