Some of our Vintage Omega Watches

Selling your Omega watch

We are experts in all aspects of vintage Omega watches, and sell many Omegas on behalf of of our valued clients. With a large, international network of Omega collectors, we always have a demand for quality vintage watches, and will always obtain the best price (much more than at auction!)

So call Charlie on 07730 588159 for a friendly, no obligation chat, or email at


We look forward to hearing from you!


About The Stamphouse Omega watches....


I have been an enthusiatic collector of Omega watches for many years, specialising in Omega's golden era of 1960's and 1970's. I am meticulous when it comes to condition and insist on only the very finest, original examples. I am offered Omegas on a regular basis and turn down 9 out of every 10, just because they are not up to the standards that so many have come to expect from The Stamphouse. 


Most of the watches you will see on this page are one owner from new and completely original. All watches are professionally serviced by my watchmaker, who shares my passion for detail.


All watches come with a comprehensive written report, commenting on the movement, case, dial, hands, caseback, crown, and all other aspects of the watch.


I am always looking to buy good, original Omegas and have a waiting list for certain models.







Omega watch reports


When you buy an Omega from The Stamphouse, we always include a one page write up on your watch. This covers details of the date, serial number, calibre (movement), dial, hands and case. We also comment on the condition of the watch, and try to provide as much relevant information as possible.


Following numerous requests, we are now undertaking more comprehensive reports. These include photos  and much more in depth commentary on your particular vintage Omega. Typically these run to about 5 or 6 pages (sometimes more) and are ring bound for you to keep as a permanent record of your watch.


We are happy to write reports for any Omega, whether purchased from us or not, so why not call Charlie on 07730 588159 to find out more.



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Omega Chronograph 1943


Here it is, the ultimate Omega! You can keep your Ed White's and Flightmasters, your ProPlofs and Constellations, there is, quite simply, nothing to compare to this.


A variation on ref CK2088, here's the spec;

Silvered dial with Painted Arabic numerals and Gilt leaf shaped hands with sub dial sticks and Applied logo. Outer tachymetric scale in blue with Base 1000 – 60 scale. Painted red inner minute track with polished and riveted hour cabochons with painted strokes.


The watch is in excellent condition and comes from the same outstanding collection as the pilot's watch below. An incredibly rare and beautiful watch. Whilst there are other versions of this watch available, I believe this to be the only surviving one of its kind and therefore a unique piece.




Omega Pilot's Watch c1935

A very rare piece. From a hugely impressive private collection, on the Calibre 35.5 SOB T1, matt black dial with minute track, radium skeleton Arabic numerals and hands, recessed small seconds, revolving grooved bezel with an arrow for determining the duration of a flight. Staybrite steel case with soldered loops. Movement with dust cover and screwed caseback with grooved edge. 

The 6m serial number and 9.8m case ref date the watch to approx 1935.

The extended crown is to allow for manipulation of the winder whislt wearing flying gloves or gauntlets, the soldered loops on the case for a strap fastened on the sleeve or around the knee.

I suspect that the watch has, at some time, been back to Omega as the dial may be a replacement, and it is also apparent that the case has been re finished. That said, I think that these possible amendments actually enhance the watch as these models tended to have a very hard life and it's virtually impossible to find one that hasn't been touched in some way. All other components are completely original and overall condition is excellent. The movement is smooth and runs well.

As I say, a very rare watch.

Serious enquiries are invited, but be quick as I anticipate a huge amount of interest in this fabulous watch




Omega DeVille 9ct

A DeLuxe version from the International Series, a stunning 9 carat yellow gold cased De Ville. 2 piece Ultraslim case covers an immaculate gold finished dial with onyx and gold baton hour markers and filled stick hands. Fitted to a matching Omega 9 carat gold closed mesh bracelet with signed Omega 9 carat clasp, the manual wind movement Cal 625 keeps excellent time. All presented in as new condition and with its current owner for the past 40 years. An exceptional and rare watch. 

Price on Application, serious enquiries only please



Omega Constellation Day Date 1972

It's as near New Old Stock as it's possible to get! Stunning 168.0054 model Constellation from 1972, unusually housed in a Schmitz Freres case. Completely original including it's like new full size 1155 bracelet with 146 ends. Cal 1021 automatic movement just back from a service as the watch has been stored unused for nearly 50 years. Everything is in great order, I hope my photography does it justice!

Price on Application



Omega Seamaster Bumper 1954

Excellent 38mm on the Cal 354. Staybrite case is exceptional, original white dial, Dauphine hands, applied logo etc all excellent. Inner minute track with centre seconds (SC). curiously the caseback (14704-61 SC) dates the watch to 1961, whereas the movement dates to 1954. This isn't unheard of, I've come across it several times as Omega were known to use older movements in some of their watches of the time. So many of theese bumpers suffer from spring damage as they are virtually impossible to replace, but the spring is very firm on both wings, so great news!

Overall excellent, presented on a brown leather strap.




Omega Chronograph Pocket Watch c1917

Pocket watches are not really our thing, but this is something a bit special. In pristine condition, a silver cased chronograph on the 18''' CHRO movement, the porcelain dial showing slight cracking, but only really noticeable under magnification. Paris style Arabic numerals on a minute track to 1/5th second, blued steel Poire hands and an intriguing inscription relating to the presentation of the watch in France 1917 for the best turned out dress horse of the Gordon Highlanders.

Movement is excellent, the photos really don't do it justice.

Price on Application 



Omega Constellation 1966 in 18k gold

Just arrived, a ONE OWNER FROM NEW mid 60's Constellation in great condtion. The 18k gold Dennison case (hallmarked for 1966) houses a 561 auto movement with 20m serial number, dating the mechanism to 1963. Omega ref 168.5004. The watch is completely original;  Dauphine hands with black onyx inlays, baton hour markers (again with black onyx inlays), hidden crown, straight lugs and champagne gold toned dial, which has light patination. Date aperture with gold faceted border, sweep centre seconds. Observatory medallion to the caseback is crisp with all 8 stars prominent as is the textured ground, which you rarely see, suggesting minimal use, further supported by  a scratch free plexiglass!


Presented on a new Hirsch brown leather strap. Signed dial, crown, plexiglass, movement, case.

I am told that the watch was only ever worn between the years 1966 and 1972, the watch having been stored for the last 50 years. The overall condition is testament to this. A very fine example of the Calatrava style Constellation. You rarely see them in this condition.

Presented for display purposes in an Omega period box.

Price on Application, serious enquiries only please





Omega Seamaster 1977, TV Dial

There's just something about a mid 70s Seamaster. Easy to read, keeps great time, day and date function, nice sweep eseconds hand, what's not to like? Here's a great example. All original dial, case, caseback, hands, plexiglass, crown etc etc, it really is in great condition and one owner from new.

The 1022 23 jewel automatic movement is clean as a whistle. Model 166.0211.



Omega Constellation 1966

An excellent potential purchase for anyone looking for a very reasonable Constellation! 168.005 gold plated and staybrite case, convex dial with date aperture (non quickset date) and centre sweep seconds. A ONE OWNER FROM NEW, completely original watch. Signed dial, crown, caseback, movement, crystal.

Slight spotting to the dial doesn't really detract from thsi great watch and the Cal 561 automatic 5 position adjusted movement is as smooth as you would expect. Brushed silver dial with Dauphine hands, stick sweep seconds and gilt baton hour markers with onyx inlays. Caseback by Centrale Boites with plenty of service marks, the outer with 18k medallion and all stars intact.

It's a really good, honest watch and I don't expect this one to hang around for very long! More than competitively priced by our client.

Sold in one day!



Omega Constellation Piepan 1961

For sale on behalf of one of our clients. In amazing condition, having just returned from a full service at Omega in Switzerland including the fitting of a new Omega strap, this ST14393 is simply one of the best, original vintage Omegas that you will see. In the same family since its purchase new in 1962, these highly sought after models don't hang around. The 18k medallion on the caseback is crisp and unblemished with all 7 stars. Case, crown (new, fitted at Omega), caseback,glass, dial, hands etc etc etc are all pristine.

Serious offers considered.




Omega RAF Issue 1953

Undoubtedly the finest of its kind that we have ever seen.

This watch, for sale on behalf of one of our valued clients, is in the same condition as it left the Ministry in 1961. At that time, all these watches were recalled and re dialled and the watch simply hasn't been used since. The 283 movement is perfect and keeps excellent time. The watch is flawless and has been inspected by our military watch expert who agrees that it is completely original and correct, and that it is most likely the best example available anywhere. He certainly hasn't ever seen one as good.

Serious, substantial offers and genuine enquiries only please.



A Time Capsule Omega Speedmaster

Kesaharu Imai's definitive work on the Speedmaster. Long out of print and now highly sought after, we have an excellent copy of the very hard to find book. Lavishly illustrated throughout with high quality photographs, it runs to 212 pages and includes the Speedmaster timeline pullout. Loose leaf and excellent for framing.

A must for the Speedmaster fan!




Omega Speedmaster 1969

We've been waiting for this watch for a very long time, and if you were to see it you'd know why. 145.022-69ST with 27m serial number, the watch is incredible and like new. Completely original in every way with DN90 bezel, pre-Moon caseback and on its original 1171 correct bracelet with 633 ends.

Every aspect of this watch is just fantastic our client has owned it since the early 1970s with minimal use. The watch is supplied in its original box with original sales brochure and 861 movement instruction manual.

Serious enquiries only please



New in!

Omega Constellation 1960

For sale on behalf of one of our clients, an immaculate Constellation c1960 on the rare caliber 551 (only 37,000 were produced). Stainless steel Staybrite case is perfect, as is the cross hair dial. Completely original in its correct 14381 case with gold medallion to caseback with all 8 stars intact. The 551 auto movement is exceptionally clean, the watch shows very little sign of use and is one of the nicest we have seen for a long time.

(We also have a stunning IWC vintage from the same vendor; please see Other Vintage Watches)



Omega Seamaster Chronograph 1970

The first of 2 Seamaster chronographs in the 145.029 case with 861 movements, and what a watch it is!


Barrel shaped case by Piquerez SA, completely as it should be with polished bezel and sides with starburst satin finish to the case upper. Fitted to its original no. 30 1170 Omega bracelet with 604 end pieces.


Blue and silver dial with zones and outer Tachymetric scale, tritium dots to the hour markers, blue stick hands for chronograph, minutes and hours function, silver stick hands for seconds function, luminous baton hands.


A very rare and sought after watch in completely original condition with no replacement parts. So many of these watches have been polished or have too many replacement parts. Believe me, this is one of the best out there. 

Price on Application




Very Rare!


Omega Seamaster Chronograph 1972 with box and papers

Wow! A one owner from new watch. Love these Seamasters and this one is just excellent. Really hard to find a non molested version, I've seen so many with new dials, replaced hands, bezels etc. This one is completely original with incredibly accurate Cal 1040 22 jewel automatic movement, timed by me to <2 seconds per day. Case 176.007 by Piquerez SA, Bassecourt, on its original 1184 type 32 stainless steel bracelet with 653 ends. Dial and hands are in superb condition and the case retains its sunburst finish, never having been polished. Correct etched Hippocampus to caseback.


This is the much rarer Deep Blue version, with the blue bezel and matching blue dial, very few of these exist in t his configuration.  As the laminate tends to deteriorate on the dials used on these models, dials tend to be poor, but rest assured, this one is as new and completely unmarked.


The complete set, it is accompanied by its original Seamaster box and RARE paperwork. The International Guarantee is blank (huge bonus) and the You and Your Omega leaflet accompanies.


If you want the very best, completely original 176.007 Seamaster Chronograph, believe me, this is it.


Just fantastic!

Price on Application




Omega 14k "Chronometer"

OK, do you want the good news or the bad news? You can make your own mind up on this one, gold coloured dial marked "Omega Automatic" and "Chonometer" (and "Swiss"). Cal 341 bumper automatic, all in a USA destined 14 carat rose gold case.


Got to be honest, I'm not convinced by the dial and the crown is clearly from another watch, but it actually looks pretty good on the wrist, and bearing in m ind a 30T2 RG SC chronomter will now set you back thousands, it may be worth considering. Having said that, we make no claims that this is what it claims to be, but I may be wrong.

No longer for sale


Omega Paperweight Desk Clock 1955

Stunning 8 day cal 7015 desk clock. Made of cast iron (therefore it's very heavy) with brushed brass finish, this is a real statement piece that was produced by Omega in 1955. Completely original and in excellent condition, this is now a really rare timepiece and very few ever come to market.


Date aperture at 12 o'clock, satin finished dial with baton hands, sweep seconds and gold hour markers with outer minute strokes, brushedtop case, anodised side case with hidden adjuster to back.

Weighing a chunky nearly 1.2kg and measuring 9cms square, 4 cms high, this is such a rare thing.

Just fantastic!




Omega mechanical wind watch with black textured dial

This is a real stunner, the black textured dial is rare and like new. Set off very well by the gold Dauphine hands, sweep centre seconds and numeral/dagger hour markers. All in a remarkably good Staybrite stainless steel case. Keeping excellent time.




Omega Seamaster Professional Chronometer 300m c1996

Big, chunky watches these and a real statement on the wrist. Completely original on its 1504/826 bracelet and working just as you would expect, all in excellent order. Very reasonably priced by our vendor, as the last one we had went for considerably more.




Omega 1967

One owner from new with box, papers and original receipt. Mechanical wind, minor loss to the gold plating on one side, the dial showing some age patina. Serviced and running very strongly.

Grab a bargain!




Omega Teddington 1944

Super rare, the Teddington was Omega's celebration of winning the wristwatch accuracy trials at Kew, Teddington in 1940. Each watch carries its distinctive red star to the dial. These watches are now hugely sought after and we have one of the very finest examples. These watches were all destined for the Brazillian market, but few survived due to the heat and humidity which had severe consequences for the movements.


The 15 jewel 30T2 movement finished in red gold is in amazing, as new condition. Dial and 2639-3 case are excellent and the watch is completely original, except for a new glass that we will have fitted.

Excellent investment potential and a great rarity




Omega Piepan Constellation 1961

Stunning, completely original Piepan Constellation in a 14381-61 case. Fantastic patina on the dial, I love these early Piepans, and the one that we sold recently was a very reluctant sale! This is equally as good and in stunning order. As usual, the 551 movement is just amazing and the watch keeps incredibly good time.


Early Piepans have shot up in value recently and are getting close to double what they were 12 months ago, so this should prove to be an excellent investment opportunity as it is very reasonably priced.




Omega Automatic Deluxe 18k 1956

Rare and unusual Omega automatic Deluxe, the case in 18 carat yellow gold, complementing the gloss gold and textured gold dial. Remarkably easy to read due to the black hands and hour markers! Powered by a stunning cal 302 movement, you really don't see these too often and it's certainly much more affordable than the Constellation Deluxe. Unusually for Omega gold watches of the period, this is in a 14367 screwback case.

Condition is excellent and the watch is totally original.




Omega Constellation Piepan 1966

Another Piepan, this time from 1966 with the calibre 551 movement, the watch in stainless steel with its original beads of rice bracelet. Case ref is 167.005, the watch is completely original and in great condition, but will be serviced prior to dispatch to its lucky new owner.


Another great investment opportunity!




Omega Seamaster Calendar 1951

One of the earliest Seamasters we have seen for a long time, the earlier ones being noted for the square date aperture. Very few of these were made using the scarce 355 calibre bumper automatic.

Stainless steel 2627-7 case and a very nice dial, the watch is all original and will shortly be undergoing a full service.


Completely original and one of the finest early Seamasters out there



Omega Cal 601, 14k case 1964

An unusual Omega with black dial, red cross hairs with red Omega symbol. Made for the American market, the watch is presented in a 14 carat yellow gold Omega case ref 14792-62. Cal 601 movement is in excellent order and running strongly.


Completely original and a rare and interesting variation on the standard 601 Omega.




Omega Cal 601 in 18 carat gold 1965

Beautiful, elegant dress watch in 18 carat gold case with smooth cal 601 movement. We have the same watch in stainless steel, but to be honest, the vendor has priced this so reasonably that it would be daft not to go for this one!


Great dial and case, completely original




Omega Automatic 18 carat gold 1961

Another very fine dress watch by Omega in an 18 carat gold case, this one an automatic on the 552 calibre, the movement looking very good and working well. 

Completely original and all in very good order. If you want something a bit special, this could be the one for you.




Omega Seamaster Chronograph 1970

Again, 145.029 Piquerez case, this one with blue dial with zones, tachymetric scale, tritium dots to the hour markers, white stick chrono, minutes and hours hands, orange stick hands for seconds function, orange luminous baton hands.


Completely original on a decent black leather strap (as it would have been supplied, the bracelet being an optional extra at the time).

Price on Application




Omega Seamaster Professional 200m Diver's Watch 1988

On the quartz caliber 1438, with original bracelet 1455/453, the 396.1042 case by Georges Ruedin SA.

"Maxi" watch with matt black dial, skeleton hands, outer minute track and rotating bezel. Satin brushed stainless steel case and bracelet, all in original, mint condition.


Screw down crown, the watch in full working order. Measures 39.3mm inc crown

Price on Application



Omega cal 1030 1975

From the 1975 International Collection, immaculate stainless steel case ref 136.0104, brushed satin steel dial, baguette hour markers with black onyx infills, outer minute track and facetted date window.


Luminous baton hands. A model based on the Seamaster ref 166.0037. Completely original, a one owner from new watch in excellent condition and keeping very good time. Mechanical wind cal 1030.

Ignore the bit about Tool 9070, the caseback clicks on and off quite easily. Measures 37.4mm inc crown

Price on Application



Omega Bumper Automatic 1950

Very good Omega bumper automatic on Cal 351 with serial number dating the watch to c1950.

80 micron gold plated case, the cross hair dial with applied logo, inner minute track, polished gold Dauphine hands with sweep seconds, Geneva lugs, all on a rare Omega expanding gold plated bracelet (probably a later addition).


17 jewel automatic movement in excellent condition, recently serviced and keeping very good time.

C2445-6 case by Centrale Boites. Omega movement ref 28.10 T1 RA SC PC AM 17p running at 19,800Hz.

Very, very good watch, one of the finest bumper Omegas out there.

Price on Application




Omega Automatic 9 carat gold 1962, One Owner from new!

This really is an incredible find! Purchased new in 1963 by its only owner, the watch has been in storage for over 40 years and is in remarkable condition. Everything about the watch is original; dial, hands, case, crown etc etc are all as issued. The watch has never been refurbished or restored.


Serial number dates the watch to 1962 and it is housed in a Dennsion 9ct yellow gold case with matching numbers and hallmarks for 1963. The watch is in truly excellent condition. If I was being REALLY picky, I'd say there is some very minor deterioration to the sweep second hand. That's it, everything else is perfect. (Update April 2017; the original sweep second hand has just been professionally removed, cleaned and returned to the watch and is now looking great). This magnificent Omega comes with an authentic Omega strap (which I suspect is the original and is hardly worn) and 9ct gold buckle hallmarked for 1963.


Automatic 24 jewel caliber 552 movement is like new and keeping very good time having just sprung back into life after a long rest! Brushed silvered dial with polished and riveted gold baton hour markers and outer minute track. Gold baton hands, polished straight lugs.

Technical details;

Omega ref 27.90 RA SC PC AM 24p running at 19,800Hz

Price on Application










Omega Speedmaster Cal 861, 1985

Excellent Cal 861 Speedmaster; very little sign of use, completely original on a 1450 Omega Type 32 bracelet with 808 ends. 145.022 case in excellent condition, very clear crystal, just some very minor wear to the bezel inner. 


Just back from our new chronograph genius for a minor adjustment, and timed as accurate to 1-3 seconds per day with a full wind of 24/25, the movement is fantastic. One of the finest Speedmasters we've seen for a while and an excellent investment piece.

Price on Application










Omega Mailles D'Or c1964, from a private collection

Omega Ladies Mailles D'Or c1964

18 carat white gold ladies watch with calibre 620 movement, horizontally brushed silvered dial, polished and riveted baguette hour markers with black baton hands. Arched rectangular case, diamond set raised bezel on an open work 18 carat white gold bracelet.

Price on Application






Omega Speedmaster Classic 1990, from a private collection

Omega Speedmaster Classic 1990

Also known as the Triple Calendar Moonphase, the only chronograph model of the Speedmaster Classic collection, launched in Spring 1990.

Automatic cal 1150 movement with analogue date, and withday and month displayed in windows, 24 hour indicator on the continuous small seconds at 9 o'clock. 12 hour counter and moonphase at 6 o'clock. White dial with minute circle to 1/5th of a second, polished and riveted Roman numerals and baguette hour markers, black baton hands.

Caseback engraved Omega - Maion Fondee en 1848, grooved facets on the crown, all on a 2 tone steel and 18 carat gold bracelet, Omega ref DA 375.0034/ 3330.20.

On original 1489/813 bracelet with 813 ends.

Excellent condition

Price on Application



Omega Joallerie Carlotta 1972, from a private collection

1972 Omega advertisement for this watch below

Omega Joallerie Carlotta 1972

Rare Carlotta Ladies watch from the Omega Joallerie collection c1972 in 18k white gold, the bezel formed of 20 excellent quality brilliant cut diamonds on original 18k Milanese bracelet, with original presentation box.

This was a hugely expensive watch in its day, with a price of 12,750 francs (equivalent to £950 in 1972).Gross weight 53.2grams

Excellent condition.

Price on Application



Omega 18 carat yellow gold Constellation with Diamond set bezel 1982, from a private collection

Omega 18 carat gold Costellation with Diamond set bezel 1982

Chronometer rated cal 1431 Double Eagle Constellation. 18 carat gold case and bracelet, the bezel set with numerous high quality brilliant cut diamonds. Also known as the Constellation Manhattan, this watch is in excellent condition and is supplied with its original box. Weighing in at a massive 105.6grams (gross) of 18 carat yellow gold, this really is a statement piece.

Price on Application 



Omega Geneve 1969

Omega Geneve 1969 Manual 

Brilliant watch!  From the International Series launched in 1967, silvered dial, minute circle with strokes, polished and riveted gold hour markers with jet inlays and tritium dots. Luminous baton hands. Gold plated case. Screwdown caseback ref 136.041. All completely original (except the strap, obviously) and in excellent condition. This watch has just undergone a complete stripdown and service at a cost of over £100.

Cal 613 movement is like new!




Omega f300Hz Geneve Chronometer 1970

Omega f300Hz Geneve Chronometer 1970


One of the very first f300Hz watches. Completely original, one owner from new. The much sought after stainless steel Geneve Chronometer, with case by Piquerez SA, Bassecourt. Excellent condition with just a few very light scratches to the tonneau shaped case which is unpolished. The central seconds hand sweeps very smoothly and the watch is accurate to around 10 seconds per month.

6 month warranty.





Omega Geneve Automatic 1973

1973 Omega Geneve Automatic


Don't come across these very often and new in this week, a very nice 1973 Geneve. What makes this unusual is the 1481 movement, which is actually a Tissot 784, made under licence to Omega. 

366.082 case, metallic dial with luminous hands, central sweep seconds, minute circle with strokes, polished and riveted baguette hour markers.


one owner watch from new and very well looked after, totally original, just some rubbing to the bracelet.




Omega Speedmaster Mark 2 with racing dial

Omega Speedmaster Mark 2 with Racing Dial

1972 Omega Speedmaster Mark 2, with Racing Dial

Mark 2's with the "exotic racing dial" are becoming increasingly hard to find in good, unrestored condition. This one is absolutely fantastic; all original, ONE OWNER FROM NEW! A 1972 model, fully signed  face, crown, glass, etc etc, on an original Omega bracelet.


The Cal 861 movement is in excellent working order with all chronograph features fully functioning.

145.014 case by Piquerez SA, Bassecourt is excellent, full size No. 11 1098 bracelet.

I doubt that you will find a better one.


Price on application




1952 Omega Guilloche

1952 Omega calibre 283 Guilloche dial manual 

Movement ref. 283.30.SC.T3.PC.AM 17p, 17 jewel manual wind movement running at 18,000 Hz.

Guilloche dial with gold Dauphine hands and central sweep seconds, 34.6mm type 904 case by Central watch Company, ref 2513-8 SC.

The 80 micron, 14kt shell case with bevelled bezel and polished lyre-shaped lugs.

Dial with minute track and polished / riveted Arabic numbers at the quarters with spike hour markers.

This 1952 Omega really is in fantastic condition, has recently been cleaned and serviced and is keeping excellent time. What makes this a great rarity is the fact that this case was the only one ever manufactured that could carry either the 260 or 280 series Omega movements.

All in excellent condition and totally original.


From the International collection, this model was launched in 1949 under the Omega reference DW2513, from which there were several variations. Our watch is from a prestigious private collection of vintage Omegas and is completely original with no replacement parts.




1969 Omega Constellation Calendar

1969 Omega Constellation Calendar

One owner from new, rare Cal 751 Calendar model with all original case, dial, crown, caseback. New crystal fitted on service September 2014. On Original Omega 1093 bracelet with 515 ends, as supplied with the watch when new. Dial and case are excellent.

Caseback 168.029, brushed silver dial with minute circle and strokes. Polished and riveted baton hour markers with onyx inlays and facetted dates window.

C shaped case with fluted bezel. 24 jewel automatic movement keeps excellent time as you would expect, running at 19,800Hz.

Fantastic condition.




Omega Geneve Automatic 1974

What a watch! One owner from new with original guarantee and info documents. Rarely worn and in fantastic, virtually as new condition. From the 1971 International Collection, the Cal 1481 movement is as clean as a whistle and very accurate. Staybrite stainless case, armoured hesalite crystal, polished, straight lugs, sunbrushed silver dial with riveted baguette hour markers.

Caseback 166.0098 

Just fantastic.





Omega Geneve 1970 with box and papers

Omega Geneve Calendar 1970 with Box & Papers

Brilliant one owner from new Geneve dating to 1970, retailed in June 1972 with original box and paperwork. Totally original with signed crown, crystal, new Omega leather strap with original Omega buckle. Caseback 136.070, sunbrushed silver dial, minute circle with strokes, polished and riveted baguette hour markers, gold baton hands, bevelled bezel and straight lugs.

Amazing condition! Just back from clean & service.





Omega Seamaster Automatic 1956, 9ct gold

Fantastic early Seamaster. Dennison 9ct gold case with hallmark for 1957, Cal 501 20 jewel automatic movement is extremely accurate and running very smoothly.

Omega type KO2846 case with satin silvereed dial, polished and riveted gold Arabic numerals  with gold spear hour markers, inner minute circle with centre seconds. The solid long lugs are as used in the OT2521 case of 1951, and specific to the early solid gold Seamasters. Polished gold Dauphine hands and polished gold bezel. Re inforced crystal and snap on caseback.

Completely original, excellent condition, from a revered private collection.

Price on Application




Omega De Ville CoAxial Chronometer

OK, so it's not vintage, but this really is a great watch. For sale on behalf of one of our collectors.

Purchased new from the Omega Boutique, Manchester in Feb 2015, the complete set of inner and outer boxes, operating instructions, warranty & pictograms, wallet and swing tag. As new, the watch shows no sign of ever being worn. 

Available at a substantial saving on the price new of £2,300




1950 Omega Seamaster Officially Certified Chronometer

A great rarity!

Ref CK2577, fabulous 1950 Seamaster with the Cal 352 movement, later used in the Constellation models. In totally original, completely unmolested condition and keeping excellent time. Recently serviced and just amazing. 

These early Seamasters are now really sought after and are proving to be excellent investments. 

On 18mm brown leather non Omega strap and supplied with an extremely rare Omega Seamaster Chronometer box


Technical Specification:

Caliber 352, 17 jewel bumper automatic movement at 19,800Hz

Omega movement ref 352 28 10 T1 RA SC PC RG AM 17p. Transformation 1.

Dial: Silvered, with polished bevelled bezel, polished and riveted dagger shaped hour markers with applied Arabic numbers at the quarters and minute track.

Polished and luminous Dauphine hands with black lines.

Screwed caseback type 2577-8H, water resistant case in polished stainless steel and hermetic fluted crown, cambered polished lugs.

Case size: 15''' 34.6mm with armoured hesalite crystal

Price on application


Omega Piepan Constellation 1961

Omega Piepan Constellation 1961

Automatic calendar Constellation with the much sought after Piepan dial. Cal 561 movement with case ref 14393.61 by La Centrale, Bienne, 12 sided cross hair dial, facetted gold date window, inner minute circle with strokes. Lyre shaped polished lugs, polished and bevelled gold Dauphine hands, 10 sided 5.1mm crown. A completely original watch with signed crown, crystal, dial, movement etc. 14k gold filled and Staybrite steel case. Some wear, but just great!


Omega Cal 268, 1963 in 9ct gold

Wow! (again). A completely original, one owner from new Cal 268 from the International Collection. Inner and outer Omega boxes, Appointed Agents booklet, International Guarantee and ORIGINAL RECEIPT DATED 13.7.1963!

Purchased new in 1963, the watch has only ever had one owner. Stunning, virtually as new condition, only ever worn on special occasions, this really is an amazing find. Omega International Collection ref ST121.0001 in a Dennison 9ct case ref 150814 with hallmark for 1961. The cal 268 17 jewel movement (Omega ref 30 T5 PC AM 17p) is running extremely well, serviced in March 2015. The 268 was one of the last 30T2 movements (this being Transformation 5) and has the glycadur balance combined with a Breguet overcoil hairspring.

Satin polished dial, minute circle with strokes, gold index hands, applied gold Omega symbol, riveted, polished and faceted gold hour markers. On good brown leather strap with Omega buckle.

18m serial no. dates the manufacture of the movement to 1961/2.


Stunning, totally original and a fantastic investment opportunity. An incredibly rare find.




1969 Omega Constellation with box & papers

1969 Omega Constellation with box & papers

It's really rare to find a one owner totally original Constellation with its original box and matching paperwork (with the exception of the chronometer certificate, which is always missing). Fantastic condition and everything you would expect, except the price.




Omega Geneve 1959

Wow! Without question the finest Geneve I have ever seen! 9ct gold case by Dennison, both the movement and case are dated 1959 and the watch is in pristine, virtually new condition. Cal 267 30T4 movement is like new and keeps incredibly good time. Luxury champagne dial, faceted, riveted and polished gold spike hour markers, inner minute circle, polished gold Dauphine hands, press on caseback. Cal 267 movement; antimagnetic, shock absorber, 17 jewels at 18,000Hz. Manual wind. On new good quality black leather strp with Omega buckle.

Completely original. Purchased as an investment and stored away for decades, this really is an amazing find and the best you will ever see. An amazing investment opportunity!

Price on Application SOLD


Omega Seamaster Automatic 1973

Omega Seamaster Automatic 1973


Gold plated automatic calendar. 1010 movement, very nice condition on brown leather Omega strap.

Unsigned Omega caseback. Repacement crystal.





1958 Omega Seamaster Calendar

1958/1966 Omega Seamaster Calendar

Very rare Cal 503 early Seamaster, of which only 169,000 pieces were made.

From the International Collection issued 1956-62, this is a one owner from new watch and comes from the same home as the Constellation calendar above. dating from 1958, the movement was replaced at the Omega factory in 1966. The first Seamaster model with quick date setting.

Very rare original Omega expanding stainless steel bracelet. Excellent condition; original cae, crown, dial, heaslite crystal. Stripped and serviced November 2014.

Full technical description on request.


1972 Omega Seamaster Cosmic 2000

1972 Omega Seamaster Cosmic 2000


The Cosmic 2000 is such an underrated watch. The Cal 1030 automatic movement gives a beautiful smooth sweep to the seconds hand. Unusually a front loading case, which is why some people avoid it. HOWEVER.... This is a new old stock watch that we recently took in part exchange from a fabulous private collection of watches that were purchased new in the 1960's and 70's and has never been worn! Recently serviced, completely original, keeping excellent time. Comes with original Omega box. If you don't have a Cosmic in your collection, this is definitely the one for you.


1944 Omega Bumper Automatic

1944 Omega Bumper Automatic

This is by far the best bumper automatic that I've ever seen! Condition is excellent and the Cal 330 automatic movement is running extremely well. Even the bumper springs are original! recently serviced.

Caseback 2438-2, brushed dial centre with applied Art Deco numerals and inner minute track, steel case with chased case back, polished and bevelled bezel and brushed protuding lyre shaped lugs.


1959 Omega Constellation Calendar

1959 Omega Constellation Calendar Automatic 

Omega Ref OT2943, a fantastic and very rare watch with the sought after Cal 504 movement, of which only 24,500 were made. From the International Collection, first launched in 1957, one of the first Omega watches with a quick date setting system. Everything about this watch is EXACTLY as it should be, with all completely original parts. The watch is in outstanding condition and keeps excellent time. 

From a private collection, this watch was purchased in the mid 1960's and has been stored for nearly 50 years. The quality of this watch is such that it required very little attention at its recent service.

The Seamaster Calendar listed below is from the same source, and a closely matching watch.

Almost certainly the finest version you will ever see!


Technical Specification:

Caliber 504, 24 jewel automatic movement at 19,800Hz

Omega movement ref 504 28 RA SC PC CAL AM bull 24p

Dial: DeLuxe silver finish dial, hand riveted baguette hour markers with onyx inlays and outer minute strokes, Dauphine hands.

Polished Lyre-shaped lugs.

Case size: 15''' 34.6mm with armoured hesalite glass



Omega De Ville 1968

Omega De Ville 1968

Automatic, Calendar model. 24 Jewel Calibre 565 movement with sweep second hand.

This 1968 Omega is in "as new" condition! One owner watch, fully signed face, crown, glass etc etc. On original Omega strap with signed buckle. Completely untouched and rarely worn. Excellent working order. Probably the finest there is!


1966 Omega Seamaster

Omega Seamaster 1966.

Automatic, 24 jewel Ca./ 562 movement.

Completely original and in excellent condition; signed dial, crown, glass, back, movement, case.

40 micron 14k GF case on 14k GF Omega bracelet.

Fantastic! Recently cleaned and serviced, keeping excellent time

SOLD the next day!

Omega Reverso Deluxe c1981

Omega Reverso Deluxe 1981

Very rare Omega Reverso Deluxe in gold & steel. Excellent condition with all functions working well, on original Omega bracelet c1981 SOLD

Seiko 5 Automatic

Seiko 5 Automatic 1980

Case no.6309, Serial no.040979. Very rare early "Pepsi" model of the Seiko 5 series, Day/Date version on matching (non Seiko) steel strap. Excellent, fully working condition.


Omega Seamaster 120m Quartz.  Date 1980 with cal 1337 movement, a rare and now highly sought after model. Non original stainless steel bracelet, but excellent match. Faultless condition.


Omega Officially Certified Constellation chronometer in 18k gold with original box.

Excellent working order.


Omega seamaster automatic. 1970's. Fully signed, just serviced, as new, excellent working order.