12 May 2008
Omega. A fine and very attractive stainless steel water-resistant chronograph wristwatch with two-tone gilt and ochre-coloured dial and pulsometer scale
Signed Omega, ref. CK 987, movement no. 9'392'185, case no. 10'123'791, manufactured in 1943
Cal. 33.3 nickel-finished lever movement, 17 jewels, the two-tone gilt and ochre-coloured dial with luminous Arabic numerals, luminous hands, outer five minute divisions and red tachymetre scale, inner red pulsometre and white telemetre scale, two engine-turned green subsidiary dials indicating constant seconds and 30 minutes register, in large circular case with downturned lugs, snap on back, two oval chronograph buttons in the band, case, dial and movement signed
38 mm. diam.
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According to the Archives of Montres Omega, the present watch was sold to Germany in 1943.
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