1969 Omega Seamaster Cosmic Automatic Rare Pie-Pan Sparkle Dial 166.035

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A stunning 1969 Omega Automatic Seamaster Cosmic with near mint original factory printed silver "sparkle" dial in an unpolished lightly used case with original bracelet and high-grade caliber 752 movement within, freshly serviced and keeping great time. Made in one of the most important years in Omega history, the year of the moon landing, this Cosmic is in wonderful lightly used condition inside and out and a rare find with its original Omega bracelet.  

Circa: 1969

Style: Casual, Mid-Century Dress

Case: Solid stainless steel monobloc (single piece) case measuring 35.5mm wide excluding the original signed crown by 40mm top to bottom and 11.5mm thick including the high dome plastic crystal. Still has its original sunburst brush finish on top with polished sides and stamped on the back with the Seamaster logo, Waterproof, 166.035 - Tool 107.  Lightly worn condition throughout, unpolished with light surface wear. With a new gasket installed in the crown during service this watch passes a 3 bar water resistance test but we would not recommend exposing it to moisture due to its vintage nature.  The original bracelet is in good lightly used condition, consistent with the wear on the case and is stamped inside the clasp 11, Stainless Steel, 1125, Omega. It has 21 links including the 185 stamped endlinks and should it at least a 7 1/2" wrist. 

Dial: Incredible near mint factory printed original dial with silver sparkle textured background, pie-pan edge, applied baton markers and day/date aperture at 3:00, signed Omega Automatic Seamaster Cosmic -T Swiss Made T-.  The cream color luminous dots seem to be all in place and match the original black and tritium filled hands to perfection. 

Movement: High-grade Omega in-house caliber 752 automatic movement in superb cosmetic and mechanical condition, freshly serviced here at Meticulous with our 1 year mechanical warranty, keeping great time.  Fully signed Omega Watch Co Swiss, 24 Jewels, 752 with serial number in the 29 million range dating it to approximately 1969.