A stunning vintage 1967 Omega Seamaster chronograph featuring a near mint silver dial in a lovely gold plated case housing the famous Omega caliber 321 hour-recording movement as used in pre-moon Speedmasters of the same era. This gorgeous timepiece is in some ways more versatile in than its moon-bound brothers in that it can be worn daily with any outfit from dress to play to sport. The case is robust and sturdy yet classy in its design, manufactured by ESPA who were well known for there water resistance as they also produced superb quality Super-Compressor cases for diving during the same era. At 35mm in diameter with is oversized pushers, large crown and simple lugs, this watch is classy and sophisticated on any wrist with a sporty yet elegant feel.
Style: Mid-Century Dress, Sport
Case: Beautiful heavy gold plated (40 micron) bezel with very little wear through the plating on either the front or back with matching oversized pushers and Omega signed crown. It measures almost 35.5mm in diameter with simple lugs holding a perfectly matched 18mm alligator grain dark brown strap with aftermarket gold plated buckle. The case back is steel and has been polished, signed inside the back Omega Watch Co, Fab Suisse, Swiss Made, Carrure-Lunetter Plaque OR E, 40 Microns, Fond Acier Inoxydable with model reference number 145.005 - 67 (year of production). The crystal is also original Omega signed with logo stamped in the underside center.
Dial: Absolutely stunning factory printed original Omega Seamaster dial with vertically brushed silver background, outer Tachymeter chapter, constant seconds, minute and hour recording registers and applied gold markers, signed T Swiss Made T at the bottom. The hands are also original with just some light patina from age and original tritium fill.
Movement: Omega's famous calibre 321 manually wound chronograph movement in superb cosmetic and mechanical condition, freshly serviced and comes with our full 1 year mechanical warranty. Signed Omega Watch Co, 17 Jewels, OXG, Swiss, 321 with a serial number in the 25 million range dating it correctly to 1967.