Omega

OMEGA

Ref. 52253332002001
WOT ID: 26461

Ref. 52253332002001, Olympic Sochi 2014, yellow-gold, box and paper, unworn, Limited edition, 2016

OMEGA

Ref. 2898SC
WOT ID: 27574

Ref. 2898SC, yellow-gold, 1958

OMEGA

Ref. 2705-4
WOT ID: 28302

Ref. 2705-4, gold-plated case, manual wind, 1955

OMEGA

Ref. 2639-3
WOT ID: 29967

Ref. 2639-3, beautiful dial, steel, manual wind, 1952

OMEGA

Ref. 14332
WOT ID: 24396

Ref. 14332, pink-gold, manual wind, 1950

OMEGA

Ref. 2393
WOT ID: 21953

Ref. 2393, Big Size beautiful condition OT2393 , yellow-gold, manual wind, chronograph, extract from the archives, very nice original condition, 1949

OMEGA

Ref. 2383-6
WOT ID: 28170

Ref. 2383-6, steel, manual wind, 1947

OMEGA

Ref. 2278-3
WOT ID: 5665

Ref. 2278-3, steel, manual wind, chronograph, 1944

OMEGA

WOT ID: 28824

British Arrow, steel, manual wind, 1944

OMEGA

Ref. CK 2042
WOT ID: 19326

Ref. CK 2042, Rare, early aviators watch, steel, manual wind, extract from the archives, 1941

OMEGA

WOT ID: 20783

Big Size
Rare, wonderful watch, steel, manual wind, chronograph, extract from the archives, very nice original condition, 1940

OMEGA

WOT ID: 20946

Big Size , yellow-gold, manual wind, chronograph, extract from the archives, very nice original condition, 1940

OMEGA

WOT ID: 10464

Rare electric store clock
Heure Exacte, , ca. 1965

OMEGA

WOT ID: 21493

Rare,
wonderful, steel, manual wind, chronograph, ca. 1942

OMEGA

WOT ID: 22246

Rare,
wonderful monopulsante chrono, steel, manual wind, chronograph, ca. 1942

About Omega watches
In 1848 Louis Brandt, Head of the Tax Office and vice president of the State Council of the canton Neuenburg, opened a watch manufacture in La Chaux de Fonds which produced timepieces in his own name. When Brandt died in 1866, the production was relocated to Biel and renamed Louis Brandt & Frères. In 1889 they already produced more than 100.000 watches. The brand name OMEGA first appeared in 1894 on a pocket watch.
From the beginning of the 20th century, Omega specialised in aviation and diving watches. From 1930 Omega collaborated with renowned manufacturers like Tissot and LeLocle. Together they founded the SSIH Group. The most successful models by Omega are Constellation, Speedmaster, De Ville and Seamaster. Omega was the official time keeper of the 1931 Olympic Games in Los Angeles and 1952 in Helsinki as well as in 2012 in London. Today, Omega is part of the Swatch Group.