|Movement:||Omega Automatic Chronometer Cal 561|
|Case material:||Gold Capped/Gold|
Here we have a very beautiful Omega Constellation Chronometer Automatic Cal 561 dating to 1966.
The champagne dial is in original condition and shows a light patina with some ageing spots, while sloping down around the edges giving the whole face a little more depth. This also features a crosshair design with gold applied hour markers and hands, which also original and show some light ageing.
There is a date aperture at 3, which clicks over perfectly well as the hour hand passes 12.
The crystal is polished with no scatches visible to the naked eye.
The gold capped case is 20 microns and shows very little wear.
The steel case includes the solid 18kt gold Constelation (Genea Observatory) medallion pressed into the back.
The Cal 561 Chronometer movement keeps very accurate time and is very clean.
The original Omega signed crown, pulls out, winds and sets time perfectly well.
The gold capped Omega jubilee bracelet is also in excellent condition. with a deployant clasp that snaps together tight. This currently fits a wrist size of 8 inches but can be adjusted larger or smaller via removable links and clasp adjustments.
Watch comes in a grey Omega watch box.
The watch case diameter is 37mm excluding the crown (a modern size for a vintage dress watch).
This item is dislayed in Bay 62 of the Wimbone Antiques Centre on Friday mornings and Sundays, though it is advised you rcontact us prior if you would like to view this watch.
We are also happy to post via Royal Mail Special Delivery.