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Omega Speedmaster Mark II


1971 / cal 861 / 42mm

Speedmaster Professional Mark II had multiple dial and case variations. This one has brushed and polished gold plated case, sunburst metallic dial with applied hour markers. Beautiful sangria red accents.

Omega OT2872 18k rose gold chronograph


1959 / cal 320 / 35mm

This stands among Omega's finest designs. The vertically brushed dial showcases coffin-style hour markers, housing the caliber 320 movement within its 35mm case.

Omega De Ville


1969 / cal 861 / 35mm

The scarcity of blue chronographs in the 1960s renders the De Ville exceptionally unique. Among the line of chronographs introduced in 1968, the blue variations stand out as the rarest.

Omega Speedmaster "Racing" modded

105.012-66 CB

1966 / cal 861 / 42mm

Well, this is a modified Speedmaster - Mark II dial, hands, movement. The aim is to capture the appearance reminiscent of the elusive 'Grey Racing' model.

Omega Seamaster cal 321


1966 / cal 321 / 38mm

Introduced in 1966, this model showcased the caliber 321 until 1968. With a black dial, radial subregisters, and a waterproof case, its design was notably ahead of its time.

Omega Seamaster 18K


1968 / cal 861 / 38mm

The family of Omega's 145.006/016 includes 15 different dial/case styles. This one has 18K yellow gold case, applied gold onyx hour markers, radial subdials.

Omega Seamaster


1969 / cal 861 / 38mm

This Seamaster features one of the rarest combination of dials made for this watch. Silver vertically brushed step dial with onyx hours markers.

Omega Speedmaster Professional


1969 / cal 861 / 42mm

The Omega 145.022 has more modern and robust caliber 861 movement. Comes with a "stepped" dial. Asymmetric case with the crown guards, adding both style and protection.