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Omega Genève
Ref.165.038 ADMIRALTY

Year of production 1968 | No original box | No original papers
Fixed price $1,704
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Listing code DNE2J2
Brand Omega
Model Genève
Reference number 165.038
Dealer product code 19268
Movement Automatic
Case material Steel
Bracelet material Calf skin
Year of production 1968
Scope of delivery
No original box, no original papers
Location Japan, Tokyo
Price ¥220,000 (= $1,704)
Availability Item needs to be procured


Movement Automatic
Movement/Caliber 552


Case material Steel
Case diameter 35 mm


Bracelet material Calf skin


This is an automatically translated text.
Serial: 27++++++
Overhauled: Yes
Strap: Calf Leather
Omega Geneva Admiralty, a unique model line that appeared at the end of the 1960s. It was developed in several design variations. It has a large, easy-to-operate crown reminiscent of the military style of the 1940s, and a crown guard arranged in the 1960s. The case is made by EPSA (Ervin Piquerez SA), which developed waterproof cases such as super compressors. You can see the engraving of a deformed diving bell on the inside of the back cover. As for the dial, the index and orange color are well reflected in the gray. The movement is equipped with 565 made in the most mature era. Equipped with fast forwarding of the date by pulling the crown two steps. The case has great proportions with an edge. Cases with no history of polishing do not show any noticeable damage. The dial is slightly aged, but it is hardly noticeable to the naked eye. There is no color loss on the paint needle, and it is kept as it was at the time. It has been overhauled at our shop and is in perfect working order. It has a pet name "Ikari" in Italian. At that time, sports watches such as full-fledged diver's watches already existed, but light sports models like this model are rare, and the OMEGA-like approach is attractive. The richness of color usage is elegant yet impactful, and you can feel the uniqueness of the brand.
Since its founding in 1848, Omega has produced many outstanding achievements. Throughout the ages, many celebrities, sportsmen and adventurers have had OMEGA in their arms, and have watched over their great achievements and moments. There are many fans who sympathize with its history, and it can be said that it is synonymous with brand watches.

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