A Mint example of Omega craftmanship in the 60’s. This particular watch, with a unishell case, is in extremely nice condition with a flawless bezel and case. The dial is in extremely well preserved condition with the only flaw being a small “bump” at the “6” position. Which is not something that catches the eye easily. Stick indexes can be found, which show a contrasting golden colour. The crown is all original, and is Omega signed. Beautifully clean golden hands indicate the correct time. Inside, we find an automatic movement that is working accurately. The case back shows the “Hippocampus” symbol commonly found on Seamasters, as well as the “Waterproof” designation. This watch has been checked by our watchmaker and functions perfectly. He, unfortunately, forgot to communicate the reference number and caliber number. Due to the nature and mint-ness of the case (uni-shell) and to not harm the original crystal, we decided to keep it like this. If you are interested in this watch and this holds you back, please let us know so we can commonly decide whether to open it again.
This watch is an extremely rare example as most similar watches only show the seamaster text without de ville.
What we love:
-Amazing and rare dial layout with both Seamaster and de ville
-Functioning well and checked on all functions
-Original Omega signed crystal
What you should know:
-This watch was checked by our expert watchmaker, no service was deemed necessary. Timegrapher results are available per request.
-The dial has a small bump at the 6 position. Barely visible but we feel that we need to inform you 🙂
-The original crystal shows a scratch at the “9” position.
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