Omega Seamaster Unishell
Automatic Anno 1959
- Model: Omega Seamaster
- Case: Stainless steel Unishell – Acier Inoxydable
- Case ref: #147-65
- Caliber: Ω 552 – 24 jewels
- Serial number: 17.791.716
- Year of production: 1959
- Size: 34,5 mm. (ex. crown)
- Crown: Original
- This specific Omega Seamaster model was officially launched for the international collection in 1960 though the watch was introduced for the very first time already in 1958.
- This watch is considered one of the few early bird Omega Seamaster unishells’ ref # 14765 as the watch obviously was made prior to its official launch of the International collection of 1960, which classifies it as a collections item.
- In addition the watch stands out as the first Omega Seamaster in a unishell case and equipped with the astonishing calibre Ω 552, which for the same period being was used in the most wanted Omega Seamaster 300 – ref. 165.024.
- Case: 8
- Caliber: 8
- Dial: 8
Terms and conditions:
*Terms and Conditions apply, according to the Danish Sales of Goods Act (and the CISG).
(Guarentee certificate). For WC classification the following applies:
10: LNIB 9: Mint – 8: Near Mint 7: Excellent 6: Very good 5: Good 4: Fair
To read a closer description visit our website on www.wristchronology.com, grading system)
*In accordance with the Danish Sales of Goods Act we offer 14 day sale or return on used items. However, Wrist Chronology is well aware of the investment involved in acquiring a vintage watch. Thus, we would like to inspire a more secure and trusting experience upon purchasing a vintage time piece.
That is why we, unless otherwise noted, offer a full 1-year (mechanical) warranty on all of our watches.
- The right to complain covers malfunction (the clock stops running) due to clockwork error.
- However, the right to complain does not cover malfunction caused by miscarriage or damage.
- Upon mechanical malfunctions, the watch is to be handed in / sent to our workshop, where we will carry out the necessary repair this as soon as possible.
- For tolerance connected to mechanical watches, the following values normally apply:
- +/- 10-30 seconds per day comprising watches both above in and the ‘excellent’ category.
- For waterproof watches the warranty does not cover water damage, as vintage mechanical watches are exempted from being actually waterproof due to date.