12 November 2007
Omega. A fine 18K pink gold self-winding water-resistant wristwatch with sweep centre seconds, two-tone pink dial, guarantee and box
Signed Omega, Automatic, Chronometre, Officially Certified, Constellation, ref. 2852/2853 SC, movement no. 14975674, case no. 103874, circa 1954
Cal. 501 copper-finished lever movement, 19 jewels, the two-tone pink dial with applied pink gold triangular-shaped numerals, gold dauphine hands, sweep centre seconds, in circular water-resistant-type case with downturned lugs, snap on back centred by the raised representation of the Geneva Observatory surrounded by an engraved Arabic inscription, case, dial and movement signed
35 mm. diam.
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Accompanied by Omega blank Guarantee of Origin and Constellation Automatic Chronometer presentation box.
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