Omega Constellation ref. ST 168017 SP

CHF1,250

For sale is this early 1966 Omega Constellation Chronometer. From its elegant C shape design, based on one of the lesser-known works of the infamous Gerald Genta, to its chronometer grade movement. This very model happens to be one of the best, if not the best value for money when it comes to chronometer-certified timepieces.  

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For sale is, this early 1966 Omega Constellation Chronometer. From its elegant C shape design, based on one of the lesser-known works of the infamous Gerald Genta, to its chronometer grade movement. This very model happens to be one of the best, if not the best value for money when it comes to chronometer-certified timepieces.  

 Please read the condition report carefully to help you assess the overall condition of the watch. 

 MODEL / REFERENCE:  Omega Constellation “C” Ref. ST 168.017 SP, serial no. 24.876.358. 

 DIAL+HANDS: The silver sunburst dial is in good original condition showing crisp text. Ornate with applied white hour markers and black onyx accents. It has developed a warm, homogenous patina and shows bubbles in some areas of the dial, as it is commonly seen on Constellation’s of this generationThe Omega name, logo and the signature Constellation star at 6 o’clock are applied and have developed surface oxidation. The hour and minute dauphine hands are well preserved and have developed a matching patina to the dial’s.  

 CRYSTAL: Original Omega signed plexy crystal in good condition, with minor surface scratches.  

 MOVEMENT: The 24-Jewel, 564 automatic inhouse calibre features a date complication at 3 o’clock. The chronometer certified movement has been serviced and keeps excellent time. The date quickset works flawlessly.  

 CASE: Omega’s iconic C shaped case with integrated lugs, inspired from the space age design typical of the period. The stainless steel case measures 34.5 mm in diameter and 40mm lug to lug allowing it to snuggle directly into the wrist. The case is in very good condition for its age, with minimal signs of wear throughout. It still retains sharp chamfers suggesting that it has never been polished. 

 CASEBACK: The screw down caseback is in very good condition as well. Presenting a crisp Geneva observatory medallion at the center, a staple of the constellation line. The inside caseback is engraved with the correct Omega stamps, LK casemaker hallmark and case reference number. 

 CROWN: Correct signed Omega crown working as it should. 

 BRACELET: The watch comes with a correct original Omega Number 12, brick bracelet ref. 1040 fitted with Number 18 curved endlinks. The bracelet is in good condition with minimal stretch and light scratches and still retains its satin finish.  

 The inside of the folding clasp is stamped with the correct Omega nomenclature such as the logo and reference numbers.  

 ACCESSORIES: None. 

 The quality of these watches is truly excellent and they’re well worth collecting. This is a real opportunity for collectors to acquire one of the 

great inhouse movements ever produced by Omega. Encased in a model pleasing to the eye, exemplifying the quality of the late 1960s design. 

 WARRANTY: We guarantee the authenticity of the watch. We also provide 6 months guarantee for the correct function of this vintage timepiece.  All guarantees are subject to the General Terms and conditions.
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