For auction, an all original Vintage OMEGA DE VILLE Quartz watch.
The watch dates to 1970's.
MOVEMENT: Really nice clean condition, OMEGA Quartz 7 Jewel calibre 1342. The movement is in good running order, keeps accurate time. This movement has the feature which allows the hour hand to be adjusted without moving the minute hand to simplify time zone or daylight saving time adjustments. These movements are reputed to be robust, reliable and accurate.
A new battery has been installed
DIAL: The silver dial is in good condition with minor age spotting. The hour batons and hands are in nice clean condition
CRYSTAL: clear and clean with minor marks
CASE: This is stainless steel in good condition with marks consistant with the watch having been worn, snap on case back. Original crown, the crown on these watches does not have an OMEGA logo as the crown has a push button in the centre to adjust the minute hand.
SIZE of CASE: Approximately 35mm across excluding crown x 40mm lug to lug.
BRACELET: This is an original OMEGA stainless steel. The bracelet is in good solid condition, it has surface scratches consistant with having been worn. It will fit up to about a 7 3/4 inch wrist.
All in all a nice original unmolested collectable OMEGA watch in good usable condition.
Please ask any questions before bidding so that you know what to expect from the watch.
Payment by paypal, postal order or cash on collection, within five days of auction end please, otherwise I will have to re-list item.
Payment by cheque, item will be shipped after clearance
I do not have a ‘buy it now’ price.
I will ship worldwide with the exception of African countries and Italy.
Returns not accepted unless I have described the watch incorrectly, so please ask about the details that are important to you personally, I cannot know your requirements and describe the watch as I see it. I have no intention of mis-describing or mis-selling any watch I have for auction so if you are unsure, PLEASE ASK .

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