• 1500.00 £
  • Published date: May 18, 2024
    • Great Carlton, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom


⭕ Brand: Omega

Mechanical: Automatic

Model: SM300

Age: Vintage (1920-1970)

Watchband Material: Fabric/Canvas

Type: UK Military Issued

Display Type: Analogue

British forces issued Omega Seamaster 300. Case ref: 165.024; calibre 552 movement; serial no: 2629****; big triangle no-date dial; fixed strap bars; screw-down crown; Extract certificate from Omegas archives.

Condition is good for a working watch. Some knocks and marks on the case as you would expect, but nothing major, the tritium markers in the bezel have deteriorated in places, but the bezel insert has no cracks or splits as they so often do. The military markings have been removed from the case back sometime in the past (this was often done when the serviceman left the forces and kept the watch); the T SwissT Big Triangle dial is lovely and not repainted - it is possible that the hour markers and the hands have been relumed in the past, but I dont think so. The copper coated automatic movement is very clean and currently running smoothly (last service unknown - a service is recommended). The crystal has some light marks on its surface but they are not easy to see, amazingly it has the early flat footed Omega logo in the middle, meaning that it is either the original crystal or an early replacement.

Phone number ✆ 07960 514792
Great Carlton, Lincolnshire

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