1962 Omega Seamaster 30 In Stainless Steel 135.003-62 SC

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A stunning, super sharp 1962 Omega Seamaster 30 in unpolished condition with rare and gorgeous 12,3,6,9 original factory printed dial in a beautiful 35mm solid stainless steel case. This classy timepiece is in truly wonderful condition for its age, with a high-grade caliber 286 manually wound movement within, freshly serviced and keeping great time. I just love the two-tone 1960's style which gives it both a sporty and dressy look, wearable at any occasion. It has a very nice thin profile along the bezel and looks wonderfully classy on the wrist. It comes on a lovely gently used 18mm genuine Omega black leather strap with generic gold plated Omega buckle. 

Circa: 1962

Style: Mid-Century Dress, Sport

Case: Solid stainless steel case measuring 35mm in diameter excluding the original signed Omega scallop style crown. Stamped on the back with the Seamaster logo, then inside Omega Watch Co, Fab Suisse, Swiss Made, Acier Inoxydable with model reference number 135.003 - 62 SC. The case makers mark just below that, a circle over a triangle shape resembling a divers helmet, is that of the famous manufacture Ervin Piquerez SA (aka EPSA), famous for their water-tight dive watch cases issued to many Swiss watchmakers including Jaeger-LeCoultre and Longines. Excellent lightly used, unpolished condition with minimal surface swirls on the front and just a couple of light scratches on the back. 

Dial: Stunning original factory printed silver dial with gold markers and matching baton style hands. I just love the 12/3/6/9 configuration of the hour makers with batons in between.  Signed Omega Seamaster 30, Swiss Made. 

Movement: Superb quality in-house Omega designed and manufactured calibre 286 manually wound movement in excellent cosmetic and. mechanical condition, freshly serviced and keeping great time.  Signed Omega, Swiss, 17 Jewels, 286 with a serial number in the 20 million range dating it to appoximately 1962.