Mechanical - Cal. 630 - steel - very rare - Omega box
|Reference Number:||Ref: 535.007|
Very rare and collectible Omega Seamaster 120m from late 1967, early 1968.
The steel case is 31 mm in diameter and 33 mm including the original Omega crown.
Behind the steel caseback, there is the Seamaster logo.
Back in its time, the size was unisex, but it looks more like a women's size to me now.
The Omega Cal. 630 movement is hand-wound from around early 1968 (serial number 25967887).
Extremely rare, because the majority of this type of Omega was equipped with an automatic movement.
The condition of this nearly 50 year old Omega is stunning. It truly is in very good condition.
Everything on this iconic watch is completely original. A very nice bi-directional bezel and original Omega marked acrylic glass. The simplicity of the dial is also an eye-catcher.
Optically, this watch is definitely a 9/10. The movement was recently cleaned by a professional.
The Omega comes with a neat 14 mm black leather strap with an Omega buckle. Please see the many photos to form your own impression of this stunning watch. The watch comes in an original vintage Omega box, without any further accessories.
In short... a stunning, elegant and rare Omega Seamaster 120m. If you are looking for this model, this is the one for you... Rarely found in such beautiful condition!
Naturally, this item will be shipped well-packaged and by registered (insured) post.
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|Member since:||July 24, 2015|
Fast and watch as description. Nice conversation about watches maintain after sale which shows interest for the customer
The seller will ship the item(s) within 3 working days after receiving confirmation of payment.
Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|United States||$ 59.43|
|United Kingdom||$ 35.66|
|Rest of Europe||$ 35.66|
|Anywhere else||$ 59.43|
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