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1973 Stainless Steel Omega De Ville Dress Tank Watch

A near mint condition stainless steel Swiss mens retro Omega DeVille tank wrist watch with date, dating from the 1970's. The watch with a stunning stainless steel tank shaped case and with a satin blue dial. The watch has just been fully serviced and overhauled by my watch-maker, and is keeping excellent time. This is guaranteed to be a genuine Omega DeVille dress wrist watch with original Omega movement, in excellent condition and comes with a presentation box as shown. This is a beautifully made Swiss man's Omega wristwatch, dating from ca. 1973. The watch is clearly marked Omega and is in its original case. The watch is in full working order and comes complete with a presentation box.



THE DIAL:  100% mint, the original satin blue dial with gold/black hour markers and signed "Omega , DeVille. Dial with white hands. Diameter is 22 x 29 mm. The new bevelled crystal is also in excellent condition.





THE MOVEMENT: 100% mint, with typical Omega red gold colored plates. The watch with a compensated regulator and two arm bimetallic balance, with overcoiled hairspring. The movement fully signed "Omega", and the watch with auto-rotor to centre. The watch with steel winding button with Omega stamped to end. The movement is an Omega 625 calibre and the number is 36,025,xxx (dates the watch to 1973). The watch is a stunning example of high grade Omega engineering.



THE CASE: 98% mint, the stainless steel case measures 23 mm outside diameter, and 32 mm to ends of lugs. The front cover is excellent and the two piece case has just been resealed by my watch-maker. The inside of case with the "Omega Watch Co" triangular mark and case number 511,xxx. The watch comes its integral stainless steel Omega watch band, which is easily adjustable to fit most mens wrists, via a sliding adjuster. The watch bracelet opened or closed by lifting up the small tab with the Omega symbol (some wear and minor marking). The watch comes with a new blue leatherette presentation box .




This product was added to our catalog on Monday 23 June, 2008.
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