15 May 2006
Omega. A fine 18K gold self-winding wristwatch with sweep centre seconds, date, bracelet, original certificate, guarantee and silver presentation box
Signed Omega, Constellation Calendar, movement no. 15781103, case no. 323633, ref. 2943/2954 SC, circa 1957
Cal. 504 copper-finished lever movement, 25 jewels, the gilt two-tone dial with applied gold triangular-shaped numerals, gold dauphine hands, sweep centre seconds, window for date, in circular water-resistant-type case with downturned lugs, snap on back centred by the raised representation of the Geneva Observatory, 18K gold Omega link bracelet and deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed
35 mm. diam.
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Accompanied by Omega original guarantee dated 1958, precision certificate, fitted silver and wooden presentation box and outer packaging.
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