Dating vintage omega watches

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A 40 micron gold plated 'unicoc' case in an oversized design. A gilt dial with thin black baton hour markers and hands. A silvered dial with gilt batons bearing a central black strip to each one. A signed Omega automatic caliber 1010 mechanism, with quick date function. Mechanism and case serial numbers date the watch to 1949/1950. A silver case bearing London import marks for 1915.

An automatic Omega calibre 1002 mechanism with quick date function. IWC have had various collaborations with Tiffany, however a wristwatch such as this is rather more rare due to limited numbers and the period in which it was made. An enamel dial with black Roman numerals and a red 12. Case width 34mm A 1935 9K gold Waltham cushion case wristwatch.

A subsidiary seconds dial, numbered at the quarters. Case back inner stamped with reference 2165 and CS(I). A two tone silvered dial with dagger indices and gilt Arabic numerals at the quarters. A silvered dial with Arabic numerals to the quarters, with the others being indicated by gilt batons. A 'tank' variation case with a curved and shaped back. Case height 39mm Case width 23mm £ 325 (US$ 437) (Euro 372) Click here to view detailed image 1 Click here to view detailed image 2 Click here to view detailed image 3 Click here to view detailed image 4 An IWC Schaffhausen wristwatch made for Tiffany & Co, New York. The caliber 552 mechanism is regarded as one of Omega's best and most reliable, making this watch overall an excellent example of Omegas capabilities. SOLD Click here to view detailed image 1 Click here to view detailed image 2 Click here to view detailed image 3 Click here to view detailed image 4 Click here to view detailed image 5 A 1943 Omega stainless steel wristwatch. A stainless steel case with Seamaster Hippocampus logo to the back. A white dial with date aperture to 3 o'clock and sweep seconds. A silvered 'sunburst' style dial finish with baton hour markers and a date aperture to 3 o'clock. A silvered dial with raised Arabic numerals and lume hands. An attractive dial with hollow Arabic numerals, a subsidiary seconds dial and decoration to the inner minute track. A Bulova A-11 United States Air Force Navigators wristwatch. A manual wind Swiss mechanism made by Golay Watch Company. Case height 40mm Case width 23mm £ 625 (US$ 836) (Euro 711) Click here to view detailed image 1 Click here to view detailed image 2 Click here to view detailed image 3 Click here to view detailed image 4 A 9K gold Buren Grand Prix wristwatch, retailed by JW Benson London. A ladies 18K gold JW Benson Wristwatch, dating to 1928. A silvered dial with Roman numerals signed 'Cartier'. A champagne dial with Roman numerals and a date aperture to 3, surrounded by an 18K gold bezel. A British government issue wristwatch, for use by the civilian services of India. A silvered dial with baton hour markers and a date aperture to 3 o'clock. A base metal case with the issue details to the back, made by Star watch case. A 9k gold case made by Dennison, bearing hallmarks for Birmingham 1954. A two tone silvered dial with an inner hour track and an outer minute track. A silvered dial with black Arabic numerals and an inner minute track. Stainless steel case with original strap and Sapphire cabouchan winding crown. A ladies Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date dating to 1983. The 'Bonklip' strap on this watch is the original issue, marked 'BHB&s pat no349657. The Seamaster 300 was designed for use by scuba divers and was built to withstand high levels of water pressure for extended periods of time. A 1965 Omega Seamaster De Ville automatic wristwatch. A stainless steel case with original Omega crown and the Seamaster Hippocampus insignia to the back. Case back inner marked 'Acier Inox Staybrite' and bearing the same serial number as the mechanism. £ 945 (US$ 1256) (Euro 1067) Click here to view detailed image 1 Click here to view detailed image 2 Click here to view detailed image 3 Click here to view detailed image 4 Click here to view detailed image 5 A very unusual and rare Longines bi-metal 'tank' wristwatch, dating to 1928. A silver case with decoration to the sides and top, made by Huguenin Freres. A two tone silvered dial with old lume numerals and hands. A slim 18K gold case with hour/minute indentations around the bezel. A two tone burgundy dial with 3 diamonds set at quarter intervals. Original box and papers, including guarantee from 1983. A very unusual dial texture, with a snakeskin effect and gilt batons. A lever escapement Swiss mechanism marked 'MPG, 384'. Only 2900 of these watches were made and issued, making it a very collectible piece in great original condition. The second generation Seamaster 300's, such as this watch were generally more popular than the originals and were even used by Jacques Cousteau and briefly by the British military. A 1966 Omega Seamaster De Ville automatic wristwatch. SOLD Click here to view detailed image 1 Click here to view detailed image 2 Click here to view detailed image 3 Click here to view detailed image 4 A 1991 Omega Constellation in stainless steel and 18K gold. A stainless steel case with Seamaster Hippocampus logo to the back. A silver main case body, with champfered gold edges to each side. Matching serial numbers stamped to case and mechanism. The case back bears the assay mark for Germany, and possibly Berlin along with a logo resembling FBC with an anchor through it. A subsidiary seconds dial to the lower half of the dial. A Cartier Panthere stainless steel quartz ladies wristwatch. An oval shaped case made by Star Watch Case Company and stamped by Omega, made for the USA market. The comparison was most notable in these Oyster models of the period. A subsidiary seconds dial and moon phase to 6 o'clock. A stainless steel case with twister 'bombe' shaped lugs, crown protecter and bi-directional rotating bezel with 10 minute markers. A stainless steel case with original Omega winding crown. A silvered dial with bi-colour batons and sweep seconds. The hours are indiciated by dagger and baguette shaped indices over a plain silvered finish. Piaget wristwatches have always been renowned for their beautiful designs and high quality. A silvered dial with alternating black Arabic numerals and gilt dagger markers. £ 435 (US$ 591) (Euro 497) Click here to view detailed image 1 Click here to view detailed image 2 Click here to view detailed image 3 Click here to view detailed image 4 Click here to view detailed image 5 A 9K Smiths De Luxe wristwatch.

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