17 November 2008
Omega. A large and attractive 18K gold wristwatch with indirect centre seconds and bracelet
Signed Omega, Chronometer, ref. OT 2567, movement no. 9'954'007, case no. 10'617'471, manufactured in 1945
Cal. 30 T2 SCRg copper-finished lever movement, 16 jewels, bimetallic compensation balance, the silvered matte dial with applied gold Roman and dot numerals, outer Arabic five minute divisions, sweep centre seconds, in circular case with flat bezel, snap on back, 18K gold integral link bracelet with clasp stamped GF for Gay Frères, case, dial and movement signed
36 mm. diam.
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According to the Archives of Montres Omega, the present watch was sold to Switzerland on 16 January 1945.
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