Omega Antique 1934 Large Wristwatch Deco Dial
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Omega Antique 1934 Large Wristwatch Deco Dial:
OMEGAVERY RARE AND UNIQUE EXAMPLE OF WRIST WATCH.
VERY BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUE WATCH CA 1934.
PICTURES SHOW PRETTY MUCH EVERYTHING.
VERY BEAUTIFUL MECHANICAL WORK.
YOU BUY WHAT YOU SEE.
This sale is for a scarce and rare example of a men’s ca1934 timepiece. D E S C R I P T I gorgeous, men’s watch is a very handsome specimen and featuresRE-FINISHED METALDIAL. Is in EXCELLENT cosmetic condition. Features antique hands and Arabic and Romannumerals. Signed "Omega".
The lugs are in great condition while the original pristine winding crownis in very good shape and operates properly.CASE: The three piecegold-filled chrome case (heavy), new custom made, fantastic, build specially for this excellentantique movement and in excellent condition.This is aMARRIAGEwatch. Amarriage watchis the term used for a new, modern case that has been used to house a vintage pocket watch movement. Please read the sizes of this watch in the this exhibition back lid reveals a routinely serviced and high quality, 15 Fifteen Jewel manual wind, screwedsettings lever escapement movement with red Ruby jewel settings that is signed OMEGA #7831993. This mechanism reference number dates this watch to 1934 as per published production numbers
This beautiful wristwatch has the Original movement in an excellent status which was very well saved, considering age of this watch. Mechanism has been recently serviced to ensure it winds and sets smoothly while keeping great, accurate It is comes with a 22mm new strap with fold-over ends and matching chrome buckle. MEASURES:Size(from lug to mm
Case Diameter (with mm
Case Diameter (without crown):47 mm
Watch crystal 43 mm 14 mm
All mechanisms are serviceable new oiled and adjusted. Very rare and a pride for every collector!
ABOUT WATCH: EXCELLENT working, rare, vintage and collectible.Excellent cosmetic condition.Omega's History:
"Louis Brandt started researching and developing pocket watches in 1848 in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. The quality of workmanship and attention to detail would foreshadow the watches that would later carry the Omega name. Brandt continued making watches there until 1877, when he formed Louis Brandt & Fils company with his oldest son, Louis Paul. Louis Paul and his brother Caesaer moved the company to Bienne two years later. It remains there to this day.
Innovators in every way, the Brandt brothers were the first swiss watch makers to use the divided assembly line. Allowing quality watches to be mass-produced, this process also allowed the prices of the watches to be moderated as efficiency improved.The company went through several name changes through the years--Louis Brandt & Frere (1891), Louis Brandt and Frere-Omega Watch Co. (1903), Omega, Louis Brandt & Frere (1947), and Omega Ltd in 1982.Through all of this time and through all of the name changes, the pride in quality of workmanship remained in the Omega watch. While accessible to the general public, the Omega watch has an outstanding history. Omega first mass-produced the pocket watch in 1894.By 1902 Omega introduced the first wrist watch. Omega has been the proud official timer of no less than 21 Olympic Games. Omega watches were designated the official watch of American astronauts and Russian cosmonauts.The Omega watch was the first watch to be worn on the moon. Neil Armstrong made that the case in 1969, and later by all Apollo crews."Thank You For offerding and Good for the owner of antiquarian watches: All Antique watches are mechanical. Many repairs will not be cheap, as most likely they will require replacement of non-standard parts (unlike most late model watches).
- Antique watches should not be beaten or dropped - because repairs may be expensive.
- Antique watches are generally NOT waterproof. This is because waterproofing was not in general production until the middle of the 20th century for most watches. Therefore you should protect your antique watch from exposure to moisture.
- If your watch becomes wet it should be dried off quickly. Carefully open all covers and use a hair drier to blow dry the movement, dial, covers, crown. This will reduce the amount of rust.
- If your watch becomes wet with any kind of salt water you should immediately immerse or spray your watch with fresh (no-salt) water to remove all the salt from the works before drying the watch completely. Any salt left in the watch will combine with moisture in the air to rust metal components of the movement, case etc.
- Winding any mechanical watch tight may break the mainspring. If you can avoid it do not wind the watch hard.
- When adjusting the hands of your watch, move them in a clockwise direction only. Counter-clockwise adjustments may damage the movement.
- If you must adjust counter-clockwise make it for small adjustments only (i.e. for minutes, NOT hours).
- Be careful and gentle when adjusting the movement speed (faster or slower). Don't make sharp movements, and don't touch other components in the movement especially the pendulum mechanism.
- Every 2-3 years it is necessary to service and oil vintage watches.
- IF the watch is dirty - allow the watch to run down, don't wind it again until you have it serviced by a qualified watch repair expert. Dust will absorb and remove important lubricants and cause the movement pieces to wear down.
- To clean the case, dial and crystal you should use a cloth that does NOT leave fibers as these may get caught up in the movement. Check with your Watch repair expert to get an appropriate cloth.
- Keep your antiques watch away from magnets. Strong magnetic fields may affect the accuracy of your watch since some vintage watches were made with iron based components in the movement.
- Most Cases and Covers are fine components and will not handle abuse well. The watch should not be shaken, beaten, or stressed.
- Antique watches generally experience an error of up to 5-7 minutes a day. Any accuracy of +- 5 minutes is very good. PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING BEFORE offerDING: Vintage watches are very delicate and I package to the highest degree to prevent High altitude flights can be hard on watches due to extreme temperature changes. This can cause the oil viscosity to decrease (gum up) and prevent a watch from ticking (the balance moving freely etc.). It may need to be oiled when it arrives regardless of its recent servicing (if applicable). Although this is only a very slight possibility it can occasionally happen. Please bear in mind that you are buying a used watch and it will require service at some point in time. Free Shipping WorldWide Including Insurance.Worldwide shipping usual takes 10-14 working days. Some times little accept Payments via: Paypal.Return Policy:1. We always honor a 7-day return on our items, and guarantee them to be as described.
2. Money back, so ask questions if necessary. We're easy to deal with. If you are in any way unsatisfied with the watch I will refund the purchase price. If you recieved watch damage or you have any other problems with my watch plase contact us via e-mail before leaving response. We are gladly assist you.