16 May 2016
Omega. A large, rare and very attractive stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with two-tone multi-scale sector dial
Signed Omega, movement no. 9’390’569, case no. 10'122'233, circa 1942
Cal. 33.3 CHRO mechanical movement, 17 jewels, two-tone gilt and grey sector dial, luminous Arabic numerals, luminous hands, inner telemetre scale, red pulsometre scale calibrated for 15 pulsations, fifth of a second combined with Arabic five minutes divisions, outer tachymetre scale graduted to 700 units per hour, two sunken engine-turned subsidiary dials for constant seconds and 30 minutes register, circular water-resistant-type case, stepped bezel, screw back engraved “Waterproof, Model + Depose, Omega Swiss”, two round chronograph buttons in the band, case, dial and movement signed
38 mm. diam.
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With Omega Extract of the Archives confirming the sale of this watch to Switzerland on 15 October 1943.
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