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    Omega, Very Fine Constellation Day-Date, 18K Yellow Gold Case and Bracelet, Ref. 168.029, Circa 1969
    Case: 35mm, 18K yellow gold, three body, brushed and polished, with reeded bezel and screw-down back
    Dial: linen-finish champagne, with outer minute track, applied yellow gold baton markers and Omega insignia, and day and date apertures; black baton hour/minute hands, gold sword sweep second hand
    Movement: Omega caliber 751 automatic, 24 jewels, Swiss lever, chronometer certified, adjusted to five positions and temperature, with quickset date function, swan neck micrometric regulator, and rose gold finish, No. 29074920
    Band: 18K yellow gold mesh, approximately 6.37 inches (16.19 centimeters) long, stamped 1047, signed Omega on clasp
    Signed: Omega on dial, case, crown, movement, and clasp

    This timepiece is accompanied by its COSC and service booklets, showing a purchase date of 2/3/1972.


    Condition Report*: Type: Omega, Very Fine Constellation Day-Date, 18K Yellow Gold Case and Bracelet, Ref. 168.029, Circa 1969
    Signed: Omega on dial, case, crown, movement, and clasp
    Model: Constellation, Ref. 168.029
    Dial: linen-finish champagne, with outer minute track, applied yellow gold baton markers and Omega insignia, and day and date apertures
    Hands: black baton hour/minute hands, gold sword sweep second hand
    Metal: 18K yellow gold
    Case Info: three body, brushed and polished, with reeded bezel and screw-down back
    Case Width: 35mm
    Crystal: acrylic
    Watch Movement: Omega caliber 751 automatic, 24 jewels, Swiss lever, chronometer certified, adjusted to five positions and temperature, with quickset date function, swan neck micrometric regulator, and rose gold finish, No. 29074920
    Band: 18K yellow gold mesh, approximately 6.37 inches (16.19 centimeters) long, stamped 1047, signed Omega on clasp
    Circa: 1969
    Condition: Excellent dial. Very good case with factory brush marks, sharp edges, and crisp Constellation observatory back showing all eight stars in high relief. Very good bracelet with surface scratches on clasp. Running, with date functions working properly, but service is recommended.
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    Additional Location Info:
    Lotte New York Palace
    455 Madison Avenue
    The Garrison Room
    New York, NY 10022


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