11 May 2009
Omega. A fine, large and unusual 18K pink gold wristwatch with honeycomb dial
Signed Omega, ref. OT 14301, movement no. 11'753'392, case no. 10'865'522, manufactured in 1950
Cal. 265 copper-finished lever movement, 15 jewels, crème-white honeycomb dial, applied pink gold dagger numerals, engine-turned subsidiary seconds, large circular case, large flat bezel, extended large straight lugs, snap on back, case, dial and movement signed
39 mm. diam.
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According to the Archives of Montres Omega, the present watch was manufactured in 1950 and delivered to Nicaragua.
It is distinguished by its unusual, large pink gold case, the crème-white honeycomb dial and the very good overall condition.
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