Manual winding - Gold-plated
|Reference Number:||ref: 132.004|
|Material fineness:||20 micron goudverguld|
Clean, authentic Omega Geneva from 1964 (serial number 21.678.xxx). The 20 micron gold plated case is 32 mm in diameter without the original Omega crown. The wristwatch has a steel caseback with reference 132.004. On the back is another, unknown number.... " C1578”.
This Omega has a spotlessly clean mechanical (hand–wound) calibre 611 Omega movement. This wristwatch runs well on time for a timepiece from 1964.
Besides that, the wristwatch has a silver–coloured "sunburst" dial with overlaid gold indexes and the date at "3 o clock" (no quickset movement). The plexiglas does not contain an Omega sign.
The strap is vintage, leather and 17 mm It still has the original "staples" from this period. The thorn clasp is an original gold plated Omega clasp. The strap will fit wrists of up to 20 cm.
Naturally, this wristwatch has light signs of wear from the past (small scratches, some patina). Overall it’s in good condition (optical 7/10). Please look at the photos yourself for your own impression of the item.
Just the watch will be shipped in a neat, generic watch box.
In short.... authentic Omega Genève from 1964 with a very good calibre 611 Omega movement!
An honest vintage, Swiss–made dress watch from a bygone era.....
Naturally, this item will be shipped well-packaged and by registered (insured) post.
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|Member since:||July 24, 2015|
Fantastic watch and well taken care of in shipping. Even came with a friendly letter from the seller. Thank you!
Perfect transaction. Fast delivery, and a wonderful watch. Many thanks.
As described, very happy.
Watch as described. Good communication. Very slow shipping method.
The seller will ship the item(s) within 3 working days after receiving confirmation of payment.
Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|Rest of Europe||$23.70|
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