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    Sale 1417

    Rare Watches Including Nautilus 40 Part II

    14 November 2016, Geneva

  • Lot 154

    Omega. A rare and very attractive stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with three-tone multi-scale sector dial with pulsation scale

    SIGNED OMEGA, MOVEMENT NO. 9'390'035, CASE NO. 9'979'149, CIRCA 1941

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    Omega. A rare and very attractive stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with three-tone multi-scale sector dial with pulsation scale
    Signed Omega, movement no. 9'390'035, case no. 9'979'149, circa 1941
    MOVEMENT: manual, cal. 33.3, 17 jewels
    DIAL: three-tone copper, grey and black sector style, Arabic and baton numerals, minute railway divisions, inner white pulsometer scale calibrated for 15 pulsations, copper-coloured telemetre scale, outer white tachymetre scale graduted to 700 units per hour, two engine-turned subsidiary dials for constant seconds and 30 minutes register
    CASE: stainless steel, snap on back, two olive-shaped chronograph buttons in the band, 33 mm. diam.
    SIGNED: case, dial and movement


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    According to the Archives of Omega the present watch was sold on 17th December 1941 to an Omega agent in the French colonies.

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