Omega Seamaster SS Officially Certified Chronometer Circa 1954

4 months ago
Omega Seamaster SS Officially Certified Chronometer Circa 1954
Price
$60.00
Brand
Omega
Seller
Cliff Helander
Available on
Watchnet.com
Location
Little River, CA
Description

The Omega "Seamaster" model was introduced in 1948, and remains one of the most popular men's wristwatches over 70 years later! Among the rarest of early Seamasters are those with chronometer-grade movements. Here's a rare 1954 vintage Omega Seamaster chronometer automatic in stainless steel! Here's the details on this extraordinary and collectible chronometer-grade automatic: OMEGA (SS "Seamaster" Chronometer Automatic) - 34mm signed stainless steel snapback case (reference 2767-3 SC) with thick extended lugs (42mm lug to lug), signed 17 jewel chronometer-grade calibre 354 automatic movement (#139718xx) adjusted to 5 positions and temperature, aged original signed silver satin dial with raised silver arrow markers, raised silver Omega logo at 12:00, silver dauphine hands and sweep seconds, signed crystal, brand new generic brown leather strap. The serial number on the movement places the date of production of this piece at 1954, and the watch is in overall worn condition consistent with this vintage! The signed stainless steelsnapback case is in good condition, and features an engraved presentation from the Lucerne, Switzerland Catholic church on the caseback, dated 8-19-56. The signed 17 jewel calibre 354 chronometer-grade automatic movement is adjusted to 5 positions and temperature, and is running fine and keeping excellent time. The silver satin dial appears original in aged condition, and is signed, "Omega, Automatic, Chronometre, Officially Certified, Seamaster, Swiss Made." The crown is worn but fully functional. The crystal is signed and original, and well worn. This rare piece is quadruple-signed (case, crystal, dial and movement) Omega. RARE 1954 VINTAGE OMEGA SEAMASTER SS CHRONOMETER AUTOMATIC! Sell for $795 plus shipping ($15 US Delivery or $60 International via Global Express).
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