|Movement:||Omega Manual Wind 285|
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Here we have a very clean example of a 1961 manually wound Omega with a gold plated 32mm case.
The dial is a silvery white tone with gold hands, applied hour markers logo.
The case has a thick gold plating.
The crown has been replaced at some point though the dome style crown, fits with this period of Omega.
The stainless steel snap on case back shows the reference and snaps on tight.
This watch uses the manually wound cal 285.
This has 17 jewels and a 45 hour power reserve.
Frequency of 18,000bph.
We have fitted a quality brown leather strap with a gold plated buckle to compliment the gold accents of the dial.
This watch has a clean dial, and the crystal has very minimal wear. As expected for a watch of this age, the casing shows some light wear, though no dinks or particularly deep scratches.