Wwii Luftwaffe 1915 Omega Ww2 Military Watch Original Branded Movement For Sale
SWISS MILITARY WRISTWATCH
This sale is a unique
example of an antique men's timepiece of one of the most known and recognized
Swiss brands. It is an interesting
wristwatch of the Second World War that was made by “Omega Factory”.
This gorgeous timepiece features a new, professionally made dial that was executed in a military style. It is an early variant of the navigation watch of the Luftwaffe with hour angle indication. The new light-colored metal dial features 60 minute outer track border with red numbering, easily readable Arabic figures of the simple shape in the military style, original blue steel hands and a sub-seconds dial at the nine o’clock position. The dial is signed ‘OMEGA’ with trademark Omega symbol above this.
This model of timepiece has four-piece, double hinged case that testifies about a quality of watch. The inner dust cover lid was used to protect the mechanism from dust and debris and to provide an extra layer of protection from shock or moisture. The back cover is stamped “03-43/0533”. The inside of back lid has the old trademark Omega symbol and case reference number #5.662.390.
The winding crown is in very good shape and operates properly.
This mechanical timepiece has the original branded movement. The signed original movement with genuine jewels has serial number #4.799.351. The serial number on the movement as the reference case number (#5.662.390) places the date of production of this piece at 1915. The qualitative mechanism is in an excellent status which was very well saved, considering age of this watch.
This watch was remade for use as a wristwatch because it was practical for military man.
watch without the 48 mm
Diameter watch with the 53 mm
The timepiece is in working condition, well hold time. Quality and reliability turned out well to hold at high Swiss level. Purchasing such antique watch, you enlarge your collection, consequently your investments!
HISTORY: The History of a Successful Company Omega was founded by Louis Brandt at La Chaux – de – Fonds, Switzerland in 1848 as an assembly workshop. In 1879, after his death, his two sons Louis Paul and César started the in-house manufacturing so they started having total production control. One year later, Omega moved into a small factory that became a huge one when 12 months later they bought the entire building. In 1903, they both died leaving the company in 24 years old, Paul Emile Brandt’s hands. Because of the crisis that the Second World War left, he had to work really hard in order to face the economic difficulties. He merged Omega with Tissot calling the new company SSIH. The SSIH group continued to grow and multiply under his leadership and, by the seventies, it had become Switzerland’s number one producer of finished watches and number three in the world.
SHIPPING TIME: Your item will be posted at once after the payment, and it is estimated to arrive in 2-4 weeks (15-30 days) in normal conditions. But as you know, sometimes it maybe 5-10 days delay for the reasons of the flights and custom issues. In any way, please do not hesitate to contact me.
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RETURN POLICY: It is very important! I always check the watch before sending once again. But my experience shows that vintage watches very badly endure road. If suddenly after the receiving the package you find any problems and you are not satisfied by your purchase, don't hasten to swear. Necessarily contact me and we will solve this problem and we will obligatory discuss and resolve any created situation. I always solve the arisen problems with buyers.
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