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The Omega Seamaster Cosmic 2000 - the name says it all to the decade in which it was made, the wonderful 1970's. The Omega Seamaster Cosmic 2000 was launched in 1972, and this one date from 1973 and has a very rare purple dial which is incredibly hard to find. Not only is it a rare dial, but the colour is just amazing, more so for a watch and is actually very easy to read day or night. The stainless steel case measures 38.2mm across, and is fitted on its original stainless steel Omega band that is integrated into the watch case. With such a sleek feel to it, this watch sits and feels perfect on the wrist. Powered by the 23 jewelled automatic Omega calibre 1012 that has just come back from a full service and overhaul and complete with our twelve month warranty, this is a classic vintage Omega for anyone wanting a vintage watch or to add to a collection of watches. Stock# W1680 Maker: Omega Model: Omega Seamaster Cosmic 2000 Circa: 1973 $Sold.
This ladies Omega watch was made in 1935 and has its original porcelain dial which is as white today as when it was made and is still so easy to read. The numerals on the dial are called Paris style numerals and are sometimes found on other Omegas of this vintage and has the sub-seconds as well at the 6 o'clock position. Fitted in a 9 carat rose gold case which measures 25.2mm plus the crown, the case was made by the Australian company Handley who made watch cases for Rolex, Tudor and Omega from the 1920's until the 1960's. This was done to avoid paying expensive tariffs on imported watches and the cases were made to very exact and specific requirements under licence from the respective watch company. The colour of the rose gold looks so beautiful and has such a delightful warm tone to it that looks even better on the wrist. Inside is a manual wind Omega calibre 23.7 that has been serviced, runs beautifully and comes with our twelve month warranty. With such a beautiful dial and case, this vintage Omega is certainly a special watch. Stock# ES9125 Maker: Omega Circa: 1935 $Sold.
The Omega Constellation has long been synonymous with quality with the use of Omega's highest grade chronometer rated movements, and the most desired of all of the Omega Constellation watches are the ones with the infamous "pie-pan" dials, as well as the Grand Luxe versions such as this one here dating from 1962. Made in solid 18 carat yellow gold, not only is the case in solid gold, but the dial as well. Set with black onyx inlays in the index markers, the dial is known as a "pie-pan" dial, and one in which the edge of the dial is angled down between each index marker. This dial has long been the most sought after of all the dials ever produced by Omega. The case is known as a broken lug case where the lugs at each end follow the line of the case, then angle up towards the where the band fits. Measuring 34.2mm plus the Omega crown, the case back shows very distinctly the Omega Constellation logo where many are found today with this being worn. Inside is the beautiful 24 jewelled automatic chronometer rated Omega calibre 561 that has been fully serviced and comes with our twelve month warranty. So elegant and refined, this is a perfect example of a highly collectable vintage Omega for the discerning collector. Stock# W1503cc Maker: Omega Model: Omega Constellation Gran Luxe watch reference 14.902 Circa: 1962 $Sold.
The Constellation range by Omega uses their highest grade Chronometer movements, and here is a very handsome vintage Omega Constellation watch reference 168.042 made in 1970. Fitted in a broad stainless steel case which measures 40mm by 36mm across plus the Omega crown, the brush finish of the case compliments the silver dial so well. With the black index markers, centre sweep seconds and date function, this Constellation has the right look and character that is so sought after by vintage watch collectors today. Inside it is powered by a 20 jewelled Omega automatic calibre 1001 that has been completely serviced, keeps perfect time and comes with our twelve month warranty. This is such a stylish vintage Omega watch that has the right look and character that will continue to look better year after year. Stock# W1367cc Maker: Omega Model: Omega Constellation reference 168.042 Circa: 1970 $Sold
If you are after a sensational watch, that is as much a watch as it is a piece of jewellery then this superb watch by Omega is just the one. Made in 1958, the entire piece is made in 18ct yellow gold, and with the hinged top closed sits perfectly as a ladyâ€™s very elegant bracelet. In superb condition with no damage to the bracelet section at all, when opened at the top this becomes one of the most beautiful watches that has every been created. Fitted with a 17 jewelled manual wind Omega calibre 482, this watch keeps perfect time and will be adored when it is on the wrist. The entire piece measures 18.6cm in length, and graduates very softly from 1.9cm wide to 1.4cm wide, and is fitted with a clasp that sits perfectly into itself. This is truly a sensational vintage watch by Omega that will always be admired as both a watch and piece of jewellery. Stock# W1454 Maker: Omega Circa: 1958 $Sold.
Not only is this a fantastic looking watch, but once this goes, you simply will never have another chance of getting it again as there is the first fact that this watch was limited to just 88 pieces worldwide, and this particular Omega Master TrĂ©sor Co-Axial watch Limited Edition watch is number 1! To begin with it is made in a very elegant 18 carat white gold case measuring 40mm plus the Omega crown and has the most incredible blue enamel dial. With the date window at the bottom and the centre sweep seconds, this is such an elegant watch that regardless of its rarity will always be admired - it truly is one of the most stylish and sophisticated watches that has ever been produced by Omega. Fitted on an Omega leather band with an 18 carat white gold Omega buckle, there is also an additional spare band that comes with the watch, along with its full papers, instructions, warranty, swing tag and specially fitted timber box that doubles as a stand for the watch itself. With the gorgeous anti-magnetic Omega Master Co-Axial calibre 8511 visible through the exhibition window on the reverse side, this movement has a 60 hour power reserve, is resistant to magnetic fields greater than 15,000 gauss, and has the balance bridge in rose gold. It truly is a spectacular movement that is warranted to be in such a highly regarded and rare watch such as this. In immaculate condition, this is the perfect opportunity for the discerning collectorÂ to obtain a watch that simply can never be compared to another one out there. As is often said, he who comes second, is actually the first person to lose - imagine owning a watch that is number one and incomparable in all respects. Stock# W1575 Maker: Omega Model: Omega TrĂ©sor Master Co-Axial 40mm reference 4126.96.36.199.03.001 Limited Edition Number: 1 of 88 Circa: 2016 $Sold
There is nothing quite like the feel and heft of a genuine antique or vintage pocket watch to hold in the palm of your hand, and here is a gents solid gold Omega pocket watch made in 1923, that looks and feels perfect to hold. Made in 9 carat gold in 1923, the case features an engine turned case that is still in excellent condition with a nice sharp feel to it as well as great solid feel. Measuring 50mm across by 67mm to the top of the bow, opening the front cover reveals that beautiful pure white Omega dial with Roman numerals. Still in wonderful condition and so easy to read, at the bottom it has the sub-seconds dial as well as all original hands. Powered by the brilliant crown wind and set Omega calibre 19SB that has been fully serviced, it runs beautifully and keeps perfect time. This is a wonderful example of a gents Omega pocket watch that looks and feels as great today as the day it was made. Stock# W1556 Maker: Omega Hallmarked: 1923 $Sold.
Here is a very handsome vintage Omega Seamaster "Bumper" automatic with the rare Clous de Paris dial that makes this such a unique and special watch. The Omega Seamaster has been one of the most popular range brought out by Omega since its launch in 1948, and this has the stunning Clous de Paris dial. Also known as a hobnail dial, it is where it has a guillochĂ© pattern on the dial of lines that intersect to form tiny pyramidal shapes, resulting in a fabulous textured dial. Highlighted with the rose coloured index markers, even the shape of the date window at the bottom is somewhat curved to continue the curve of the stainless steel case which itself measures 34mm across plus the Omega crown. Complete with the centre sweep seconds, this is a perfect example of a vintage Omega Seamaster that will always look so stylish on the wrist. Inside is the equally as beautiful "bumper" automatic Omega calibre 355 that has been fully serviced and comes with our twelve month warranty. A so-called "bumper" movement, the automatic rotor is unlike a modern automatic watch that has its rotor turning a full 360Â°, the rotor on this watch rotates back and forth, resulting in the rotor moving back and forth that gives a wonderful "bump" that feels great on the wrist and somehow connects you to the watch even more. From both inside and out, this is such a fascinating and incredible vintage Omega that will always be such a wonderful conversation starter. Stock # W1539 Maker: Omega Mode: Omega Seamaster 2757-8SC Circa: 1954 $Sold.
The Omega chronostop was released in 1966 with a sweep centre second for timing along with a single start/stop button. Designed with a variation of dials, one of the most sought after is the model with the additional rotating bezel, and here is a vintage Omega Chronostop Jumbo reference 145.008 with the Pilot bezel to all for dual time zones. Not only is does this have the standard chronostop function, but the addition of the "roulette" 24 hour rotating bezel not only allows it to be set to two different time zones, it also makes it a seriously cool watch to look at. With the black dial giving the watch such a fantastic contrast to the bezel, it is fitted with the bright red centre sweep seconds counter. With the case measuring 47.1mm in length by 40.9mm across plus the crown and pushers, it is a lovely large size that is complimented by its original stainless steel Omega band. Inside is the beautiful manual wind 17 jewelled Omega calibre 865 which has been fully serviced, runs beautifully and comes with our twelve month warranty. A real eye catching watch, this is a wonderful example of a seriously cool vintage Omega watch that will always be admired and commented on. Stock#W1536cc Maker: Omega Model: Omega Chronostop reference 145.008 Circa: 1969 $Sold
Since its release in 1948, the Omega Seamaster has become such an iconic and reliable watch to own and wear, and here is a very handsome vintage Omega Seamaster Automatic watch made in 1963, reference 166.010. Fitted in a very sleek stainless steel case that belies its age, the case has a stylish case that flares out at the top and bottom and with the thicker bezel gives the appearance of a much bigger watch on the wrist. While it measures 34mm across plus the Omega crown, it actually appears much larger on the wrist and is so incredibly comfortable to wear all the time. With the original dial having a wonderful patina to it, there is also the date window as well as the sweep second hand and those gorgeous hour indicators. Inside is the brilliant 24 jewelled automatic Omega calibre 562 that has undergone a full service, runs great and comes with our twelve month warranty. Fitted on the stainless steel Omega band, affectionately known as the Omega "Beads of Rice" bracelet, this bracelet has gone down in history as one of the most comfortable bracelets on any watch and it really completes the look of this Omega Seamaster perfectly. Stock# W1294 Maker: Omega Model: Omega Seamaster reference 166.010 Circa: 1963 $Sold
Bumper automatic movements are an early form of the automatic movements common in watches today, and were one in which the movement was restricted from completing a full 360Â° and the rotor would literally "bump" back and forth as it is being worn, and here is a brilliant vintage Omega bumper automatic watch dating from 1950. Early bumper automatic Omega watches are becoming so collectable and they feel great to wear on the wrist and feel that mechanical interaction that is lost on quartz (battery) powered watches today. Even though this watch dates from 1950, it is still able to be worn on a daily basis where it will no doubt get the attention and admiration that it deserves. Made in a 14 carat gold filled case that measures 34mm across plus the crown, don't be misled by the millimeter size and think that this will look small on the wrist, as thanks to the wide bezel, and beautiful dial, it makes such a presence on the wrist. The dial is just gorgeous and has the most wonderful patina that is all original and has not been repainted at all. Complemented with both numerals and those gorgeous triangular index markers, there is also the sub0seconds at the bottom. The look of this Omega is just perfect and exemplifies the style and character of the 1950's. Inside as mentioned is the bumper automatic movement which is a 17 jewelled Omega calibre 342 that has just come back from a full service, runs perfect and comes complete with our twelve month warranty. This is a great classic Omega that will not only look goo but feel good on the wrist. Stock# W1453 Maker: Omega Circa: 1950 $Sold.
Here is a very rare and highly collectable vintage Omega Cosmic Moonphase watch from 1947, reference 2486-2 that not only looks amazing on the wrist, but has aged beautifully. First made by Omega in 1947, the exact year that this one was produced, the Omega Cosmic Moonphase as it was officially named by Omega, was made until 1956 and should not be confused with the Omega Cosmic range of watches of the 1970's. This Moonphase Cosmic range was one of the most exclusive watches that was made by Omega and came in the smaller 34mm size or the larger one such as this which measures 37.5mmÂ Â Â Â The case itself is a 80 micron 14 carat gold plated case which is still in incredible condition even after all these years. Most gold plating is usually anywhere between 10 to 20 microns, so being 80 microns this explains why it is still in superb condition. The colour has a lovely warm rose colour to it that looks even better with the dial which has aged so beautifully. Not only displaying the time, it is also a triple date meaning that it can be set to display the day, and month which can be seen just under the Omega logo, and also the date which can be seen on the outer edge of the dial. And on top of this, it also has of course the moonphase function which gives it such a stylish look to it. The dial has that wonderful patina that actually accentuates the watch and looks better than similar models that have had the dials repainted. Inside is the beautiful 17 jewelled manual wind calibre 27 DL PC. This is a somewhat unusual calibre reference which was re-named the following year in 1948 to the calibre 381. AM). 27 stood for the size of the movement at 27mm in diameter (and 5.25mm thick) and DL stood for triple date and moonphase, and the PC stood for the shock absorber used. Â This is a highly collectable vintage Omega watch that not only has a dial that is gorgeous to admire but looks spectacular on the wrist. Stock# W1489cc Maker: Omega Model: Omega Cosmic Moonphase watch reference 2486-2 Circa: 1947 $Sold.