|Model||18k solid constellation c-shape|
|Year of production||1968|
Buying pre-owned and collectible items from Relleb sellers is highly secure. Relleb takes a part of the transaction between seller and buyer - we buy a watch from a seller, do a full authentication & condition check by expert watchmakers. Once the watch is verified and matches the listing's description, it gets sent to the buyer with an extensive report (View sample report 📝).
|Serviced by authorized dealer||Yes|
|Has service receipt||Yes|
|Original box||Not included|
|Original papers||Not included|
|Case material||Yellow gold|
Pre-owned, excellent and exeptional condition. Omega watch from the 60’s era with the ref: 168.009. Contains a reliable Automatic movmemt from omega. Cal:561. The Constellation line was introduced in 1952 by omega. Gerald genta knew what he was doing. The design is very simple, yet elegant. The watch features a screw-down caseback with the observatorys logo and chronometer-grade omega Automatic caliber 571 movement. Watch is all original and served 29/09/2020 for 375€ to maintain it’s exeptional timekeeping. Specifications: Brand: Omega Model: Constellation C-shape Reference: 168:009 Serial: 23.932.176 (movement) Case width, without crown in mm 34. Condition Report: Plexi crystal: Excellent (original crystal, almost no scratches. Only a couple of tiny hairlines. Dial: Excellent (no damage, original dial) Hands: Excellent (no damage, original hands) Case: Excellent (18k gold (750), very sharp, no deep strachtes or dents) Accuracy: Excellent ( movement serviced for 375€ on 29/092020, service papers present) Additional: Watxh is truly in collectors condition, an all original watch with razor sharp edges and service history. Year is based on serial number of the movement. Please check the pictures carefully. They were taken with a high quality camera to show all best angles and the condition of the watch.
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