Here is a very rare Omega Constellation made for the Japanese market in 1973 reference 168.0065 that has a few subtle but unique features compared to other vintage Omega Constellation watches.
The case is what is called the “broken leg” case where the lugs give a bent look to them to fit seamlessly onto the Omega band and the dial has the most sought after of all the Omega Constellation dials, the pie-pan dial where the edge of the dial is facetted.
However on this version of Omega Constellation, the star symbol was never placed on the model that was made for the Japanese market making it a subtle yet important feature.
Another unique aspect of this watch is that it has the 23 jewelled automatic Omega calibre 1011 that is not often found in Constellations. This watch has just back from a full service and runs absolutely perfect and comes with our twelve month warranty.
A brilliant looking rare Omega Constellation watch for any collector.