Omega

Omega is one of the classic collector watches. The movements are sturdy and well built. A cool thing about Omega is that you can find movement manufacture date by looking up the serial number.

Omega Constellation.

In-house 1968 Omega Constellation calibre 564. In fair condition. Case size 35mm w/o crown. For sale price: £750. Click on image for more photos.

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(Sold) 1945 Omega Suverän. In-house calibre 30-T2. WW2 watch in fair condition. Serviced by me in 2014. Case 35.3mm w/o crown. (Sold for £650.) Click on image for more photos.

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(SOLD) 1962 Omega Seamster. In-house calibre 630. Watch in good overall condition. Serviced 2017. Case size 21.5mm w/o crown. (Sold for £420) Click on image for more photos.

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(SOLD) 1971 Omega Speedmaster case#145.022 ST71 calibre 861. Very good original condition serviced by me on November 2016. Includes box, instruction manual and extra hard to find goodies. Case size 42mm. Sold for best offer £ 3900 Click on image for more photos.

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(SOLD) 1970 Omega Geneve In-house calibre 601. Watch in good condition. Case size 34.5mm w/o crown. (Sold for best offer < £450) Click on image for more photos.

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(Sold) 1967 Omega Seamster De Ville. Calibre 321. Good condition. Serviced by me in December 2017. Case size £35mm w/o crown. Sold for best offer < £2700. Click on image for more photos.

Omega Seamster calibre 268

SOLD 1959 Omega Seamster. Inn-house calibre 268. Very good condition. Serviced by me March 2018. Case size 35mm w/o crown. Sold for best offer < £680. Click in image for more photos.

Sold 1959 Omega Seamster. In-house Calibre 268. Watch in fair overall condition. Serviced by me in 2015. Case size 35.8mm w/o crown. Sold. Click on image for more photos.