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What a fabulous antique Omega watch!
Dating from 1934, this 9ct solid gold Omega has a very sought after case shape. With a 15 jewelled manual wind movement, it keeps perfect time.
The dial is 100% original with no hair line cracks at all showing Arabic numerals and sub-seconds, and as you can see the original numbers are just starting to show their age.
Fitted onto an 18mm band, it is still large enough for a man to wear it.
Truly one for the collectors out there!
With tuning fork!
This is a very collectable Omega Seamaster Chronometer watch, with the F300 tuning fork.
The tuning fork was made famous in this era by the Bulova Accutron, however Omega started their own version of this groundbreaking technoglogy.
The watch is complete with the original Omega band and buckle.
This watch has just been fully serviced, and the 21 jewelled movement.runs fantastic, with a beautiful "sweep" of the second hand.
A fantastic watch for tuning fork collectors, or Omega collectors alike.
What a retro case!
A stunning Omega Seamaster automatic watch with quickset date.
This watch has one of the best cases that we have seen in a long time. The watch strap is a 22mm size, meaning that it one of the very first watches to hold a large band. So ahead of its time.
With a lovely 23jewelled Omega automatic calibre 1012 with hack setting and micro-regulator it runs perfect.
This is a current model Omega Aqua Terra wrist watch, model 2503.30.00.
A very large oversized watch, it has a Chronometer certified Co axial movement. Certified to 150m, it is fitted with a sapphire crystal and exhibition window on the reverse side.
This watch is in perfect condition, and comes complete with full box and papers.
Made in 1920.
What a fantastic vintage Omega!
Made in 1920, this watch was originally retailed through Stewart Dawson and Co.
The case is a cushion shaped rolled gold/gold filled case, that does show a small bit of wear on the side on the back and front, however it doesn't detract from the watch as a whole.
An added feature of a watch from this age, is that the lugs are wide enough to hold up to a 20mm band.
With a superb manual wind 15 jewelled movement, it has been adjusted to 2 postions, has a micro-regulator and Breguet overcoil hairspring and runs perfect. Please note, after servicing, we decided to put on a new onion crown on the watch, as the one in the photos was worn a bit too much.
The dial is completely original, and as you can see from the images, it is in perfect condition with no hairline cracks at all.
A watch for any collector of early 1920's watches or Omegas or both!
Dates from 1939.
That is the only word that can be used to describe the condition of this Omega from the late 1930's.
It is without a doubt the best restoration of a vintage Omega that we have ever seen.
The dial has been re-painted to such a high quality, and the case has been expertly polished.
The movement is what is referred to as a "bumper" automatic (correctly termed a restricted rotor) but named a bumper due to the "bump" that you feel when you rock the watch back and forth.
It has the original 17 jewelled Omega caliber 342 that has been fully serviced and comes with a warranty.
This Omega dates from 1939, and is sure to delight the new owner.
What a lovely fully automatic Omega Seamaster, dating from 1955. With a gold capped case that is in wonderful condition, this watch has the Omega calibre 501.
The dial is in fantastic condition, and is not a repainted or replacement dial.
The case measures 35mm from left to right, not including the crown, making this a wonderful vintage wrist watch, in a nice large size.
The movement has been fully serviced and comes with a warranty.
With date, from the 1950's.
Gold capped Omega Seamaster "calendar" model. The movement is a 19 jewelled automatic, dating from 1959. Omega watches with the date from this era, are becoming quite hard to find today.
The dial has been re-painted to a very high standard, making this an outstanding looking watch.
This watch has been serviced and comes with a warranty.