|Movement:||Omega Cal 563|
|Case material:||Gold Filled/Plated|
Here we have a Gents Omega Seamaster dating from 1971 with a 33mm case and housing the Cal 563 Automatic movement. Though it's ear;y 70s it oozes the characteristics of a 60s watch with a 500 series movement , thin lugs and a more modest case size. This is in all original condition (except crystal).
The champagne dial is clean with only very light signs of ageing. The hands and hour markers are in overall good condition.
The crystal has only light marks, though these are barely visible to the naked eye and look more obvious in the high resolution photographs.
The case is in very good condition with some light wear to the case though no obvious wear to the plating.
This watch is a little uncommon as it has a gold filled case back (most played Omegas had stainless steel casebacks).
The screw down case back reference has been checked and is correct.
The leather strap is barely used and comes with a gold plated Omega buckle.
The movement is clean and keeps excellent time.
The crown winds, pulls out and sets the time and date (semi quick set) perfectly well.
Water resistance not guaranteed
This watch is diaplayed at the Bridge House Antiques Market though we are also happy to post!