Recently Sold Omega Watches
Omega Seamaster 600, 1967
Totally original and in excellent condition, these Seamaster 600s are becoming harder to find. Signed in all the right places (including the armoured original hesalite glass), the cal 601 movement is clean as they come.
Mesaures 36.2mm inc crown, on a later good quality leather strap.
Dial; excellent sunbrushed silver dial, minute circle with strokes, gold baton hands with centre seconds, gold baton hour markers with black onyx inlays. Armoured hesalite crystal with Omega symbol.
Case; water resistant 2 piece case in stainless steel with no scratches, dings or dents. manufactured by Piquerez SA.
135.00011 caseback with etched Hippocampus, polished bevel and lugs.
For all you perfectionists, there is a minute scratch to the glass at 12 and a tiny scratch to the caseback, but both barely noticable.
Omega reference 27.90 SC T1PC AM 17p, 19,800Hz
Very, very hard to find in this condition.
Omega Art Nouveau Lady's Lepine Pocket Watch
Dating to 1898, this very rare and very beautiful watch is just a joy to behold! In an English style .935 silver Bassine case with Swiss hallmarks, the case manufactured by Omega and bearing their logo, the case is entirely chased and features rich floral engraving with a blank shield.
Hallmarked inner dust cover is inscribed "Examined by L Courlander Ltd, 42 North End, Croydon". Enamel dial is perfect and features an outer minute track, blued steel Poire hands and Paris style arabic numerals.
Movement is Omega cal 13''' L 7-16p and the watch is Omega ref 514.13
Excellent, original condition.
Omega Constellation 1961
Superb, completely original 14393-61 SC Constellation in stainless steel on the 24 jewel automatic caliber 561.
Excellent satin silver dial, baguette hour markers with onyx inlays, Dauphine hands with black inserts, outer minute track. All observatory stars intact on the caseback which is by Centrale Boites. Polished lyre shaped lugs, correct Omega type 3208 crown.
Measures 36mm inc crown.
Omega Seamaster Professional Chronometer 300m
For sale on behalf of one of our watch collectors, this stunning watch comes with both boxes, all paperwork and is in mint condition.
Model 220.127.116.11.01.001, the UK issued warranty dated 24.8.2011. Excellent working order with just some minor scuffs to the bracelet, which would polish out easily.
On its original no.62 1504 bracelet with 826 ends and spare link.
Huge saving on price new, and substantially lower than prices offered on the internet for the same watch. Grab a bargain!
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Omega Constellation Piepan 1961
On Cal 561 24 jewel automatic, lovely gold shelled Piepan dial Constellation.
Casr by Centrale Boites, the dial with polished, riveted and faceted gold baguette hour markers with outer minute track, Dauphine hands with gold inserts and a faceted calendar window.
Exceptional, original condition. Fitted with an Omega no. 12 1503 gold plated bracelet with 513 end pieces. The observatory medallion to the caseback in good order, with all 8 stars.
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Omega Seamaster 1961
Oh my goodness, you don't see many of these. Another fantastic, completely original Omega. The stainless steel case is CK 14704 SC-61 with the cal 591 20 jewel automatic movement running at 19,800Hz. The 591 is a rare movement and a total of just 60,000 pieces were made using the 590 and 591 calibers.
The most striking feature of this beautiful watch is the golden Grand Luxe style dial, which is just excellent and so rare. Polished and riveted gold baguette hour markers with outer minute track, bevelled gold Dauphine hands with a black line, straight lugs and correct type 4203 crown.
Small Hippocampus to the caseback, which was manufactured by S Gruber SA of Renan, Switzerland.
All on a decent leather strap. the watch measures 35.8mm including crown. 17m serial number.
Keeping excellent time.
A truly excellent, early Seamaster.
Omega Tresor Automatic in 18k gold
Just wow! This is, without question the finest vintage Omega Tresor I have ever seen. Dating from 1956, it is in AS NEW condition. The Tresor range was Omega's high end luxury watch produced for only a few years in the mid 1950's, and was housed in an 18k gold case. Powered by the Marc Favre caliber 491 movement, the watch is completely without blemish and a totally original, unrestored example.
The riveted gold reed hour markers and Dauphine hands match perfectly and the dial is untouched. No damage whatsoever to the case. The case, caseback, crown and crystal are all signed and original to the watch. Seriously, you will not believe that it is 60 years old, having been carefully stored for many decades. The smooth Cal 491 automatic movement is incredibly clean and running strongly.
On a quality brown leather strap with Omega buckle.
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Omega Speedmaster Cal 861 1978/83
For those of you who have been following this watch and are wondering why the text has changed, it's because I accidentally deleted the previous one!
Fabulous 861 Speedmaster, fully stripped down and serviced in 2014 in 145.022.78 case.
Omega Military Watch
These Military watches are much in demand at the moment and here's a fine example by Omega from the same private collection. Case no. 10686630 housing a 30T2 movement. Completely original.
Omega De Ville New Old Stock 1991, Box and papers
As new! From a fabulous private collection, inner and outer boxes, warranty card and holder, operating instructions. A very elegant Ile de France ultra flat gent's watch with 2 tone integrated Omega bracelet. Just great!
Omega Geneve 1968
Another one owner from new gem. Totally original and excellent condition, presented in a vintage H Samuel fitted box with original crystal, crown, dial, hands, even the original strap with Omega buckle! From the same home as the one above. Outstanding!
Cal 601 17 jewel manual wind, 131.00019 gold plated case, sun brushed silver dial, baguette hour markers. Serviced April 2016.
Omega Geneve 1956
Very early Geneve in the most amazing, completely original condition.
30T4 Cal 267 17 jewel mechanical movement is pristine and just serviced. Running at 18,000Hz, it is incredibly accurate, reflecting the fact that the watch has had a very easy life. In the safe hands of a private collector for decades, it is the best period Geneve that I have ever seen.
Luxurious silvered dial, polished, faceted and riveted gold Arabic and spike hour markers, inner minute circle, polished gold Dauphine hands. In a 9ct gold Dennison case hallmarked 1957 with matching case numbers. Polished double bezel, polished faceted lugs and press on caseback (Omega original caseback ref OT2754).
Just the very best you will ever see.
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Omega Seamaster 1959
Rare Seamaster with the Marc Favre designed 570 automatic movement adjusted to 2 positions.
14725-2 SC case by Centrale Boites, with Type 1 large Hippocampus medallion.
Super linen finish dial with index hour markers and stick hands.
Unishell case with armoured hesalite crystal.
Part of the International Collection, this model is the forerunner of the Seamaster 30.
Completely original with correct signed case, dial, crystal and crown.
From a private collection, the watch is in excellent condition and has just been serviced in September 2016.
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Omega Constellation Piepan 1963, Box and Papers
Early stainless steel piepans are becoming increasingly hard to find and this is one of the best that we have ever seen. Complete with it's original International Guarantee document and the hardly ever seen matching Certificate of High Precision. Cal 561 automatic, case reference 168.005 with date window, 12 sided piepan silvered dial, inner minute circle with strokes. Just great!
Omega 30T2 1944, 18k gold case
Superb larger size dress watch containing Omega's legendary 30T2 movement. Original linen guilloche silvered dial with applied logo, gold arabic and dagger hour markers with outer minute track and small stick handed seconds. 18k case marked 750, the watch in exceptional condition.
Omega Cal 266 1952
Not the prettiest Omega we've ever seen (the dial could do with a bit of a clean up), but one owner from new. Cal 266 mechanical movement (Omega ref 30T3 PC AM 17p) is the transformation 3 version of Omega's classic 30 movement, running at 18,000Hz.
Unusually (and rarely) housed in a Dennison "Denisteel" case made under licence from Omega. All completely original.
Omega Geneve 1971 with box, papers and original receipt!
Looks like we did it again! It seems that everyone is looking for a genuine, one owner Omega with all of the above. Well look no further.
1971 Geneve from the International Collection, cal 552 24 jewel auto movement is pristine and keeps excellent time. Barrel shaped case by Piquerez, ref 165.041. Gold dial with applied logo, polished and riveted baguette hour markers, sweep second hand. All in excellent condition, with original box, paperwork, original receipt all dated 15.6.1971 and service document for 1975. One owner from new. (originally supplied in 1971 with leather strap, new one to be supplied with the watch).
Omega Cal 601 Mechanical Wind 1965/67
In superb, original condition, this ONE OWNER FROM NEW watch is just the best we've seen in a while. Completely original in all aspects even down to its original no. 11 Omega leather strap and buckle, the watch has only been worn a handful of times since being received as a gift in 1967.
Earliest production date would be 1965, the watch was purchased new in 1967.
Dial, hands, Hesalite crystal (signed), crown, 20 micron gold plated case and caseback are all as new and the cal 601 movement is factory fresh.
The case by Piquerez is free of any dents, dings or scratches.
17 jewel manual wind movement adjusted to 2 postions, Omega ref 27.90 SC T1 PC AM 17p is pristine, incredibly accurate and running correctly at 19,800 Hz. Measures 35.6mm including crown.
A very rare find
Omega Speedmaster Soccer Timer
Officially titled "Omega Speedmaster Automatic New Date 100m", this 2006 watch is an absolute stunner! Omega's homage to its own Seamaster Soccer Timer of 1969, re worked as a Speedmaster. Cal 1164 automatic Chronometer movement, black opaline dial with an outer silvered zone, a double hour scale of 1-12 in blue and 13-24 in black. 2 tone black and red counters with a silvered ring. Omega ref SU 178.0055-PIC 3210.52).
Basically the Seamaster Soccer Timer with internal coloured roulette bezel and coloured zones. Very rarely seen and made in limited numbers, primarily for the Italian market. Completely original with its original Omega no62 1564 bracelet with 975 ends. Condition (as you should expect from us) is excellent.
Omega Speedmaster 1971
Every Omega collector's dream is a new old stock vintage Speedmaster. It took some doing, but we now have one! One owner from new and in the most amazing, completely original condition.
Every aspect of this watch is as issued; plexiglass, dial, hands, pushers, crown, case, caseback, movement and bracelet are original to the watch as sold in 1971.
Original, perfect, with full tritium markers to the short hour indeces, correct original hands as new, bezel is original DN90 and unmarked. Original plexiglass is as new with Omega symbol to centre.
Excellent, very sharp, as new, with correct 5 X 3.5mm pushers and original 6.5mm crown. Case by Huguenin Freres, Lelocle with 145022-71ST caseback and original dust cover. Caseback has the usual stamped central medallion and commemorative engraving, which has no loss to the black paint.
Exceptional cal 861 mechanical movement has just been serviced in July 2016 and comes with a 6 month service guarantee from then. 32m serial no.
Original 1175 bracelet with 640 ends is as new with no stretch and is full size.
Believed retailed in late 1972, early 1973, the watch is available with Moonwatch You & Your Omega booklet, blank guarantee document and Omega box as shown in the top photo.
Serious, sensible offers invited
Omega Speedmaster 1990
Fantastic one owner from new Speedmaster. We are advised by the owner that this watch has only been worn 2 or 3 times, confirmed by the condition, as there is not a mark on it. Complete with original inner and outer boxes and paperwork, this really is as close to a new old stock Speedmaster as you'll ever see.
Completely original with no service parts, this is one of the last Speedmasters to carry the classic 861 mechanical movement, and housed in a 145.0022 case.
Every aspect of the watch in mint condition.
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