16 May 2016
This lot is offered without a reserve
Omega. A fine and unusual stainless steel dual time zone pilot's chronograph wristwatch with tropical dial and bracelet
Signed Omega, Flightmaster, Mark I, ref. 145.013, movement no. 31’633’127, manufactured in 1971
Cal. 910 mechanical movement, 17 jewels, black dial, luminous baton numerals, outer fifths of a second divisions, orange chronograph hand, bright blue luminous hand for second time zone, two chocolate brown sunken engine-turned subsidiary dials for 30 minutes and 12 hours registers with orange hands, one green/chocolate brown sunken engine-turned subsidiary dial for the 24 hour indication with white hand, large tonneau-shaped water-resistant-type case, screw back with engraved airplane symbol, “flightmaster” and “O” inscription, Omega crown , two round chronograph buttons with red and yellow inlays in the right band, two crowns with blue and black inlays for second time zone and revolving bezel in the left band, stainless steel Omega bracelet stamped 1159/155, deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed
43 mm. wide; overall bracelet length approx. 195 mm.
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With Omega Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch in 1971 and its subsequent delivery to United-States on 24 August 1971. Furthermore delivered with the original Omega spare parts kit.
This lot is offered without reserve.On lots marked with an + in the catalogue, VAT will be charged at 8% on both the premium as well as the hammer price.
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