OMEGA Seamaster Chronograph 1970 Ref. 145.029
Model: Seamaster Chronograph
Material: gold plated
Movement: cal. 861, handwind
Case diameter without crown: 38 mm
What you have to know: Servicehistory is unknown, a service is adviced
Omega Seamaster Chronograph Ref. 145.029
Here we have Omega Seamaster Chronograhp, a wonderful vintage watch with a calssic and elegant watchdesign. This beautiful WRISTCLASSIC comes with a gold plated case in good vintage condition with sharp edges. Dating to the 1970 this Omega Seamaster Chronostop measures big 38 mm. The dial is allover in clean condition with a beautiful burnt champagne color. The Omega-logo alongside the beautiful indexes and hands are designed in a simple and clean way. The crown is original with the appropriate Omega-logo. This WRISTCLASSIC is powered by a caliber 861 movement, running strong and keeping time. The watch has two pushers and one corwn for setting the stophand. The watch comes with a dark brown leatherstrap in unworn condition. This vintage Omega Seamaster Chronograph is a rare timepiece and hard to find again in this beautiful condition. It’s a true WRISTCLASSIC with perfect proportions, timeless styling, and elegance. It is a splendid model inside and out, so be ready for the constant compliments sure to come your way.
Omega was founded in 1848 in La Chaux-de-Fonds by Louis Brandt. Out of this small watch manufacture grew a large company: In 1894, the famous 19-ligne pocket watch movement was developed and named “Omega”. Omega, as the final letter of the Greek alphabet, stands for the ultimate level in perfection and quality. In the 1930 the company entered into collaboration with the S.S.I.H. (Société Suisse pour l’Industrie Horlogère). Out of this collaboration the Swatch Group developed. Today, Omega is the flagship of this huge company. In 1932, Omega entered its partnership with the Olympics which continues till today. When in 1969 Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin accomplished the first moon landing there were equipped by Omega with the Speedmaster, and this so-called „Moonwatch“ is still regarded as one of the most significant watches in history. If you want to learn more about Omega click here.