12 May 2014
This lot is offered without a reserve
Omega. An attractive 18K pink gold openface keyless lever dress watch with two-tone black dial
Signed Omega, movement no. 9'308'143, case no. 9'437'701, manufactured in 1941
Cal. 37.5T1 17P gilt-finished lever movement, 17 jewels, black dial, gilt Roman numerals on grey chapter ring, unusual hands, large grey subsidiary seconds dial, circular case, Art Deco geometical design decorated snap on back, case, dial and movement signed
45.5 mm. diam.
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According to the archives of Omega, the present watch was manufactured in 1941 and delivered to Omega official agent in Finland.
This lot is offered without reserve.
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