Mechanical - 8 days - gold plated
Omega 8 Days 1958, not working (barrel mainspring broken).
Rare and unique Omega 8 Days table clock with asymmetrical case, hand-wound movement with 8 days power reserve. Heavy case made of gilt brass, in typical 1950s design. Case in exceptional state of preservation, rust mark on the upper surface between 4 and 6 o'clock and minor signs of wear consistent with its age. Gilded dial in perfect condition, date display at 12 o'clock. Telescopic winding crown located in the lower section, it can be extended to adjust the time and pushed back into the case. Timepiece supplied with original Omega branded red box and card. Timepiece original in every single detail.
Late 1950s early 1960s
Dial: gilded, in perfect condition, applied gilded bar markers, printed inscriptions in black. At 12 o'clock: date display with gilded figures on black field, Omega applied logo, 'Omega' in black. At 6 o'clock: inscriptions '8 days' and 'Swiss made'.
Not working; the barrel mainspring must be replaced.
Movement: Omega mechanical, hand-wound, with 8 days power reserve. Omega 7015
External measurements: 8.8 x 8.8 cm. Height going from 3 to 4.5 cm. Weight: 1.250 kg.
|Member since:||February 21, 2017|
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Result : this coat has peeling on the sleeves and is completely worn and used !Waiting for the refund !
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|United States||$ 103.51|
|Rest of Europe||$ 45.36|
|Rest of the World||$ 103.51|
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