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    Omega Men's Early Converted Wristwatch, circa 1905
    Case: oversize, double hinged back, base metal, 51 mm, plain, winding at 12 o'clock
    Dial: enamel, single sunk, Arabic numerals, Breguet moon hands, black minute track, subsidiary seconds
    Movement: 3/4 plate, lever, gilt, 11 jewels, # 4822442
    Band: new, black leather made in England
    Signed: triple signed Omega on the case, dial, and movement

    Condition Report*: Type: Omega Men's Early Converted Wristwatch
    Signed: Omega
    Dial: enamel, subsidiary seconds, Arabic numerals
    Hands; Breguet moon
    Metal: base metal
    Case No: 5502934
    Case Info: double hinged back, plain
    Case Width: 51 mm
    Crystal: acrylic
    Watch Movement: # 4822442, 3/4 plate gilt, lever escapement, 11 jewels
    Band: black leather, metal buckle
    Circa: 1905
    Condition: dial with hairline at 12 o'clock, case good, movement ticks but stops, balance out of true, one scratch
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    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    December, 2008
    8th-10th Monday-Wednesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 187
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