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Here I have a beautiful late 1930's Omega sector dial in beautiful condition.
Model: Sector Dial
Case Material: Stainless steel
Case Width: 33mm
Case Thickness: 10mm
Lug Width: 18mm
We are so excited to offer this on our shop. This outstanding Omega sector dial is something to, trully, die for. It’s elegant, around 80 years old, and in our opinion, it hasn’t looked better before.
Cased in a 33mm wide(excluding crown), flat bezel stainless steel case, we have the early production in-house Omega caliber 26.5 SOB, featuring a running seconds subdial at 6 o’clock. The movement has, of course, been serviced.
If the steel case and the caliber inside doesn’t get you excited, look at the dial. The original two-toned sector dial has beautifully aged throughout its life span. The blued leaf hands help accentuate the beauty of the dial.
It’s serial number with an 8 million serial would date this watch around 1934-1939, so maybe it’s the perfect birth year watch for the older members of the family!
Grab it now, as this watch, in this condition, is genuinly rare.
PRICE: WAS 1500€, NOW 1400€ NET TO ME. Shipping included in the price. Watch and I are located in Spain. Payment methods: PayPal (add 4% for Goods and services), Wire.
Thanks for looking.
Feel free to contact me for additional information or pictures.