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|Price||2,485 € (= $2,652)|
|Availability||Ready to ship in 3-5 days|
|Power reserve||50 h|
|Number of jewels||24|
|Case diameter||34 x 42 mm|
|Dial numerals||No numerals|
|Bracelet length||190 mm (110 mm / 80 mm)|
|Bracelet thickness||3 mm|
|Lug width||16 mm Size guide|
|Buckle width||16 mm|
|Center Seconds, Only Original Parts|
We offer for sale this very rare and highly collectible Omega Constellation Date Certified Chronometer « Pie Pan » wristwatch manufactured in 1963.
The watch is 4 times signed Omega: Case, dial, movement and crown.
The legendary case in stainless steel has never been repolished or rebrushed, so all the angles were preserved, this, with the other following features makes it a highly collectible watch. The facets on the lugs are sharply defined and the bezel is crisp and not rounded.
The very scarce and stunning rare black dial is in original condition and has not been refinished (repainted or redone). An even slight patination of the varnish renders it both butiful and unique. Black dials of this condition are uncommon and will become more so with the passing of time.
The crystal is genuine and has the etched laser symbol, it can't be seen in the enlarged picture.
The watch retains its original decagonal crown.
All parts of this splendid timepiece are original and made by Omega. The watch has just been serviced, all functions operates perfectly and comes with a 1 year warranty.
The genuine handmade leather band is new.
This eye catching and historical model 168.005 with caliber 561, was produced only for a short periond of time, between 1959 and 1965. The Omega Constellation 561 CertifiedChronometer was one of the finest watches of the 1960's and this makes it particularly collectible. It had a power reserve of 50 hours and was the chronometer grade version of the base calibre 550. It was a 24 jewel watch with a four arm ‘gluycdur’ (beryllium) balance, allowing the spring to maintain its strength, shape and anti-magnetic quality. Fine timekeeping was achieved through the micro-regulator.
The 500 series was designed by Marc Colombe under the direction Henri Gerber. The series has proven over time to be one of the most precise and indeed the most celebrated movement series in the history of the Omega company. The success of the series 500 owes much to its tremendous reliability and a number of ingenious improvements, amongst which are the selfwinding mechanism and the mobile balance spring stud holder: the latter an improvement invented by Jacques Ziegler.
For more informations about This model and the world of Constellations: http://users.tpg.com.au/mondodec//About_Collecting_Omega_Constellations.pdf
All unretouched high definition photographs were taken in daylight, without artificial light thus what you see is exactly what you will get.
Model reference: 168.005.
Case serial number : 209XXXXX (which dates the production to the year 1963, final numbers kept confidential for customers privacy).
Watch case dimensions (explicative drawing attached) :
Case diameter : Without crown : 34 mm, with crown : 36 mm.
Lug to lug : 42 mm.
Case height : 10 mm.
We sell and ship our watches worldwide with Fedex insured parcels or other services on customer request. A personal delivery by a member of our staff may be arranged in any major european airport of your choice, contact us for conditions.
We accept Paypal, bank transfer or cash payment.
Our family company is in the prestigious jewellery and watches business since more than 50 years, we have since then gained a strong and flawless reputation of knowledge and integrity, in Belgium and across the world.
On Chrono24 since 2006, we experienced only satified customers, that reputation gave us the « Trusted Seller » status (it means, no customer complaint).
If you have any question, do not hesitate to contact us on +32 484 93 50 18 (from 8 am to 8 pm EET, 7/7) or e-mail us at Watch_World@Live.be we’ll be happy to answer.