Omega. A Very Fine and Rare Two-Tone Stainless Steel and Gold Plated Chronograph Wristwatch with Bracelet and Box
Omega. A Very Fine and Rare Two-Tone Stainless Steel and Gold Plated Chronograph Wristwatch with Bracelet and Box

SIGNED OMEGA, SPEEDMASTER, MOVEMENT NO. 46’877’845, CASE REF. 1450040-3450803, MANUFACTURED IN 1984

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Omega. A Very Fine and Rare Two-Tone Stainless Steel and Gold Plated Chronograph Wristwatch with Bracelet and Box
Signed Omega, Speedmaster, Movement No. 46’877’845, Case Ref. 1450040-3450803, Manufactured in 1984
Cal. 861 mechanical movement, 17 jewels, metal dust cap, gilt dial, applied baton numerals with luminous accents, outer fifths of a second divisions, luminous baton hands, three sunken rhodium plated engine-turned subsidiary dials for constant seconds, 30 minutes and 12 hours registers, tonneau-shaped water-resistant-type case, gold plated bezel with tachymeter scale calibrated for 500 units, straight lugs, screw back with seahorse logo, SEAMASTER and O, OMEGA crown, two round chronograph buttons in the band, stainless steel and 14k gold OMEGA bracelet stamped 1413/019, overall approximate length 7.3 inches inches, case, dial and movement signed
42mm diam.
Provenance
The Property of a Swiss Collector

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Lot Essay

Accompanied by an OMEGA Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch in 1984 and its subsequent delivery to Mexico. Further accompanied by an OMEGA booklet detailing the caliber 861, an OMEGA presentation box and two extra links.

The present watch was introduced in 1982 in two variations. One was produced in stainless steel with a rhodium-plated or black dial, and the other such as the present watch in two-tone comprising of steel with gold plating, gilt dial, and rhodium plated counters. This model is sometimes referred to as 'Smooth Line' as of its clean lines and structured aesthetic.

An example of the present watch is illustrated and described in OMEGA, A Journey Through Time by Marco Richon, 2007, p. 619.

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