An Omega Seamaster dress watch in gold top case dating to 1965.
This watch is similar to the Omega Seamaster Deville watches that are quite popular. The main difference is this model features a screwed on caseback. The Deville models usually had a monoblock caseback meaning the movement was only accessible through top of the watch by removing the crystal.
The dial original satin finish dial is in pristine condition. Due to the opalescent finish of the dial it does not photograph as well against the clear background and I have opted to showcase it against a black background.
Note the date window at 3 o’clock and the original Omega signed crown.
The watch is fitted with an automatic Omega calibre 562 movement with calendar. The serial number in the 22.2 million range dates it to 1965. The watch was just serviced and is running flawlessly.
The steel case back carries a reference number 166.002 and features a heavily embossed Seamonster logo on the back.
The watch measures 34.5 mm wide by 40 mm long and is supplied on the buyers choice of black or brown leather straps.