12 May 2008
Omega. A fine and attractive stainless steel water-resistant chronograph wristwatch with black dial
Signed Omega, retailed by E.L. Lobner, Berlin, ref. CK 2077, movement no. 9'598'133, manufactured in 1945
Cal. 33.3 CHRO nickel-finished lever movement, 17 jewels, the black dial with applied steel baton and Arabic numerals, steel baton hands, outer five minute divisions and telemetre scale, inner spiral tachymetre scale, two subsidiary dials indicating constant seconds and 30 minutes register, in circular water-resistant-type case with flat stepped bezel, downturned lugs, screw back, two round chronograph buttons in the band, case and movement signed by maker, dial signed by maker and retailer
38 mm. diam.
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According to the Archives of Montres Omega, the present watch was sold on 20 July 1945.
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