12 May 2008
Omega. A large and attractive 14K gold chronograph wristwatch with two-tone silvered dial
Signed Omega, ref. OU 2087, movement no. 9'389'056, case no. 9'174'902, manufactured in 1941
Cal. 33.3 CHRO T1 nickel-finished jewelled lever movement, bimetallic compensation balance, gilt dust cover, the two-tone silvered dial with Arabic numerals, blued steel feuille hands, outer blue tachymetre scale and inner red and blue spiral telemetre scales, two subsidiary dials indicating constant seconds and 30 minutes register, in large circular case with flat bezel, downturned angular lugs, snap on back, two oval chronograph buttons in the band, 18K gold Omega buckle, case, dial and movement signed, cuvette numbered
37 mm. diam.
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Accompanied by Omega Certificate dated December 2003 confirming the delivery of the present watch to Germany on 14 October 1941.
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