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Omega Railmaster CK 2914-4 Railroad 1962

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Basic Info

Ref. No. 7077/6
Code omega-railmaster-ck-2914-4-railroad-1962
Movement Manual winding
Case material Steel
Bracelet material Steel
Year 1961
Location Switzerland, Geneva
Price [SOLD]
Availability On request

Caliber

Movement Manual winding
Movement/Caliber 286
Number of jewels 17

Case

Case material Steel
Case diameter 38 mm
Glass Plexiglass
Dial Black

Bracelet/strap

Bracelet material Steel
Bracelet color Steel

Others

Luminescent Numerals, Luminescent Hands, Only Original Parts

Description

OMEGA Railmaster CK 2914-4 Railroad Dial, Circa 1961 Serial: 17330105 Circa: 1961 Reference No.: CK 2914-4 CASE: 38mm, stainless steel, antimagnetic with acrylic crystal. Seahorse logo case screw down back. DIAL: Black matte 'Railroad' dial with luminous numeral hour markers and Railmaster printed. Luminous syringe hands. MOVEMENT: Calibre 286, manual wound, 17 jewels BRACELET: Omega stainless steel stretch link bracelet, Ref. 7077/6, Dated 1.61 CONDITION REPORT: The dial has a ring around the center that may have been caused by humidity at some point. The hour markers show signs of aging and spotting within the indexes. The case appears to be unpolished. The bracelet is in good original condition. Notes: This example is an ultra rare 'Railroad dial' version of the railmaster made in the early 60's with specifications for use on railroads. Only a handful of examples have surfaced and been observed. The Omega Railmaster ref. CK 2914, the predecessor to the 135.004, was launched in 1957 and designed for professionals such as scientists, technicians and electricians working within close distance of powerful electric currents. This antimagnetic watch has a special 1mm (instead of 0.4mm) thick mat black dial, with luminous hour markers and several versions of hands, from broad arrow to dauphine, with luminous material (radium). The particularity of this model is also that the movement of the Railmaster is encased in a mu-metal cage protecting the movement to 1000 Gauss. RESERVED