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FS: Omega Seamaster Calibre 321

Here is a classic Omega Seamaster calibre 321 stainless steel triple-register chronograph, circa 1965, with beautifully patinaed original dial! The calibre 321 is one of the most reknown and revered of chronograph movements, and was produced by Omega from 1949 until the late 1960's. During this time, less than 14,000 calibre 321 movements were produced, and it has become one of the most collectible of chronographs! Here's the details on this mid-1960's classic Seamaster calibre 321 chronograph in steel: OMEGA (SS "Seamaster" Chronograph) - Excellent 35mm signed stainless steel screwback case (reference 105.005-65) with round chronograph push buttons at 2:00 and 4:00, signed 17 jewel calibre 321 chronograph movement (#240052xx), excellent aged and patinaed signed original dial with three sunken registers (constant seconds, minutes to 30, hours to 12), raised silver markers and raised silver Omega logo at 12:00, silver hands and chronograph sweep seconds, signed original crown, tan pigskin strap. The serial number on the movement places the date of production of this piece in the 1960's, and the reference number on the signed caseback places it at 1965. The watch is in excellent original condition for this vintage! The signed stainless steel screwback case is in excellent condition, and is marked, "Seamaster, Waterproof" on the screwdown caseback. The signed 17 jewel calibre 321 chronograph movement runs fine, keeps excellent time, and chronographs as designed, although you have to push the reset button several times to return the hours register to zero. The signed original dial has aged from silver satin to a pretty pink patina, and is extraordinarily attractive! The crown is signed and original. This is a highly collectible calibre 321 chronograph, and is quadruple-signed Omega (case, crown, dial and movement). CLASSIC 1965 VINTAGE OMEGA SEAMASTER CALIBRE 321 CHRONOGRAPH WITH BEAUTIFULLY PATINAED ORIGINAL DIAL! Sell for $1495 plus shipping ($15 US Delivery or $40 International)

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