16 May 2011
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Omega. A rare and unusual stainless steel Art Deco wristwatch with two-tone silvered dial and flexible lugs
Signed Omega, Scarab Model, Ref. CK2014, movement no. 8'613'034, case no. 9'510'466, manufactured in 1938
Cal. 26.5 SOB T2 nickel-finished lever movement, 15 jewels, bimetallic balance, two-tone silvered dial, Arabic numerals, outer railway minute divisions, circular case, raised bezel, recessed crown, scarab-style lugs with flexible endings, snap on back, case, dial and movement signed
35 mm. diam.
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With Omega Extract from the Archives confirming the production of the present watch in 1938 and its delivery to Germany.
A similar "Omega Art Deco Scarab" wristwatch is published in Omega - A Journey Through Time by Marco Richon, p. 128.
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