Lot 18: Omega Watch Company, Ladies’ Wristwatch, Switzerland, c. 1980
October 21, 2016
Berlin, Berlin, GermanyLive Auction
Omega Watch Company, ladies’ wristwatch
Switzerland, around 1980
Manual wind-up movement; hour, minute
Champagne dial, gold colored hands, line indices and Arabic indices
Watch case, crown and pin buckle of gold-plated stainless steel, strap of blue leather
The watch has recently been revised by a watchmaker
Diameter of watch case: 20 mm; Height: 7 mm
Length of strap: approx. 16 cm; Lugs width: 10 mm
Overall weight: 13 g
Functional, good condition with minor traces of wear, dial slightly tarnished
This delicate Omega wristwatch for ladies was made in Switzerland around 1980. The watch is fitted with a manual wind-up movement and displays hour and minute. The champagne dial shows gold colored hands as well as line indices and Arabic indices. Watch case, crown and pin buckle are made of gold-plated stainless steel, while the strap is of blue leather.
The watch case measures 20 mm in diameter and 7 mm in height. The strap measures approx. 16 cm, while the lugs width is 10 mm. The watch weighs 13 grams. The timepiece is in a good condition with minor traces of wear. The dial is slightly tarnished in places. The watch has been recently revised by a watchmaker. During in-house testing it was running. Long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed.
Size and weight may deviate from the manufacturer’s indication. All watches are hand-measured and weighed.
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The Swiss watch company Omega is a leading player in the global watch market. It was founded in 1948 with a focus on horological innovation. The company gained fame by supplying six moon landings and creating the first diving watch. Omega also sells the only wristwatch with marine chronometer certification. Omega is a world leader in precision records and sports event timing. Having supplied 24 Olympic Games, it has subsequently become the official timer of sports events worldwide. With the introduction of the exclusive Omega Co-Axial caliber, Omega was the first to market a practical watch with escapement in almost 250 years. (nlu)
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