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OMEGA 14K Solid Gold Gents Vintage Manual Watch 1964 - STUNNING
A stunning 53 year old Omega fourteen carat solid gold gents manual watch manufactured in c1964. It is in superb overall condition, running strongly and keeping time. The case has squared off semi hooded lugs, set off by a beautiful black enamel dial. The watch has been fitted with a new leather strap, the crystal was replaced recently and the movement has just been oiled and adjusted by Richard my watchmaker, so this fabulous watch is ready to wear and enjoy. It is signed on the dial, case, crown and movement.
I have been collecting vintage watches for over twenty five years and selling them as an enjoyable lifestyle occupation since 2003. I have consistently received excellent feedback and many repeat buyers. Customer satisfaction is very important to me so if you do have any problems please get in touch. I will always do my best to help. I often assist customers who ask for my help several years after they have purchased a watch from me, so once you have bought a watch, you will remain an important customer. You can email me to ask any questions.
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14 carat solid gold in very good condition, presenting beautifully on the wrist. The case is signed 'Omega' on the inside of the rear cover and hallmarked as 14 carat solid gold. It measures approximately 34 mm across excluding the signed crown and 38 mm from lug to lug. The case shows the inevitable signs of careful and probably infrequent use over the years but absolutely no signs of abuse, dents or scratches of any significance that I could see to draw to your attention. There is a presentation engraving on the rear of the case.
in pristine condition,finished in black enamel with applied gold coloured batons marking the hours. The dial is signed “Omega Swiss Made” and bears Omega emblem in applied gold. The hands are in very good shape and the crystal is clean and clear. The dial has just been returned from professional restoration to a high standard.
Omega cal. 600 manual movement, freshly oiled and adjusted, running strongly and keeping time. It winds and sets smoothly. The serial number dates the watch to c1964.
generic black leather lizard grain strap and buckle. Attached to the watch it measures approximately 210 mm from buckle tip to last hole.
Terms of Sale
I pack my watches very well to avoid damage but very occasionally a problem may occur due to rough treatment in transit or the use of scanning equipment by Customs or the postal services which can magnetise the watch mechanism. I warrant that the watch you purchase will, when you receive it, be as described in the listing. If there is a problem when you receive your purchase I provide a no quibble full refund option. Alternatively I will undertake any repairs that are necessary if the watch is damaged or if in any other way differs significantly from the description. If I have not stated that the watch has been serviced, you may wish to have this work done, particularly if you intend to wear the watch on a daily basis. On request, I can provide you with details of independent watchmakers to whom you can send your watch for servicing.
I provide comprehensive details of my watches, including very clear photographs taken with a high resolution macro lens which shows detail not visible to the naked eye. I also invite you to ask questions if there is anything else you need to know. Please take care to consider the dimensions of the watch case as if it is a gentlemans’ Art Deco rectangular vintage watch, they were made significantly smaller than contemporary watches.
You are buying a used watch so there will be signs of use. Please do not expect quartz accuracy from a vintage watch. In the 1940’s/1950’s the accepted timekeeping tolerance for a new 17 jewel manual watch was within three minutes a day. All of my watches are professionally inspected and tested before sale and if they are not running smoothly and keeping reasonable time I have them serviced and/ or have any other work undertaken that is needed to ensure the watch is in running condition. However please bear in mind that a fault can develop unexpectedly at any time as with any used item so I am unable to provide any on-going warranty. Please also note that I provide no guarantee that my watches are waterproof. I would always strongly recommend keeping any vintage well away from moisture.
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