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GSTP Omega pocket watch

$1,350.00

Here is a wonderful piece of history that you can literally hold in the palm of your hand, and will no doubt be an amazing conversation starter.

This vintage Omega pocket watch was made in 1939, and was made for and issued to the British Army during World War II. On the back of the nickle silver case, is the British Broad Arrow, and the letters "GSTP". Standing for General Service Time Piece, it truly is a piece of history that not only looks and feels amazing to hold, but has been completely restored and is in full working order.

The beautiful white dial is still so easy to read, and the case measures 51.8mm across, and inside it is powered by the 15 jewelled Omega calibre 38.5 movement that has just been serviced and runs beautifully and comes with our twelve month warranty. Not only are we an authorised Omega watch service centre, but our in-house watchmakers can service your Omega watch as well as other brands, so please feel free to bring in your watch or pocket watch for a free quote.

This really is such a wonderful and exciting pocket watch that will be perfect gift for that person who is hard to buy for, or to add to a collection.

 

Stock# C2096cc

Maker: Omega

Circa: 1939

$1,350

Description

GSTP Omega pocket watch

GSTP Omega pocket watch made in 1939.

What does GSTP mean on a pocket watch?

GSTP is often seen on pocket watches that were issued to soldiers of the British Army during World War Two. GSTP stands for General Service Time Piece (or possibly General Service Trade Pattern)

Where can I buy a vintage Omega watch in Australia?

From Kalmar Antiques in the Queen Victoria Building. For over thirty-five years, Kalmar Antiques have been dealing in vintage watches.

How often should I service my Omega?

As per official OMEGA guidelines, the service frequency depends on the use of the watch and the environment in which it is worn. The water resistance can, for example, be affected by the aging of the gaskets or by an accidental shock. Therefore, we recommend that you have the water resistance checked once a year and a complete service performed every 5 to 8 years.

Kalmar Antiques are now an authorised OMEGA watch service centre, based in the heart of Sydney in the Queen Victoria Building.

Should I take my watch to an authorised OMEGA service centre?

Taking your watch to an authorised OMEGA watch service centre such as Kalmar Antiques, will ensure that not only is your watch serviced to the highest standards, but only genuine Omega parts are used. This will also allow the watch to be covered by a two year warranty.

Where can I service my Omega watch?

At Kalmar Antiques in the Queen Victoria Building. Kalmar Antiques are an authorised OMEGA watch service centre. With a state-of-the-art watchmaking workshop on-site, we are able to service your Omega watch in-store.

Where can I get my pocket watch repaired in Sydney?

At Kalmar Antiques in the Queen Victoria Building. We employ an in-house watchmaker who used to work for LVMH and Rolex. All watch and pocket watch repairs are able to be completed on-site and not sent off to anywhere else. Along with a state-of-the-art watchmaking workshop, we also have a polishing room, with among other items, a lapping wheel and laser welder.

Click here to see a small selection of some more antique pocket watches that are currently in store:

https://www.kalmarantiques.com.au/product-category/watches/pocket-watches-watches/

Click here to see more vintage watches that are currently in-store:

https://www.kalmarantiques.com.au/product-category/vintage-watches/

Click here to go to the Omega website:

https://www.omegawatches.com

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