Omega Manual Wind Cal 266

Case material:

9kt Yellow Gold

Ref  13322


Here we have a classic 50s Omega with a 9kt gold 33.5mm case and seconds subdial. The case ref 13322 was a popular choice for Omega and supplied by Dennison, This is a classic 50s look, with down turned lugs and snap on case back. 


The dial is an off white colour with an even patina, clean gold applied arabic numerals and gold dauphine hands.


The Cal 266 is a direct descendant from the famed cal 30T2, and is a very sturdy movement. The crown has been replaced with an aftermarket gold plated one. 


We have attached a brown leather strap with a gold plated buckle.


Technical Details

This watch uses the Omega manually wound cal 266.

This has 17 jewels and a 45 hour power reserve.

Frequency of 18,000bph.


Condition Report

This piece is in overall excellent condition with some patination to the dial and a lightly hand polished case. Presentation engraving to the back (presented in 1956).

The strap is not brand new but very good quality with minimal wear.

Water resistance is never guaranteed with vintage watches.

Omega Sub Second 9ct Gold c.1954

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