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for sale this really nice Omega Seamaster 300 ref.166.024-67
The watch is in pretty good conditions.
The case is sharp and lightly polished. It seems to be polished only in the back.
The lugs and the central body seems to be never polished. (I've managed lot of Seamaster 300s in the years) This one has one of the best cases that I ever seen.
The inscriptions on the caseback are clearly visible.
Some hairlines and signs on the case due to the normal use.
The original bakelite bezel is intact and without cracks. The tritium of the marks and numbers glows perfectly. The bezel turns and clicks perfectly.
The crown is newer as you can see.
The original dial is very nice, without marks or signs. The tritium glows perfectly in the dark. It has the typical holes at 12 and 6 hours. "T SWISS MADE T".
It has some spots due to humidity as you can see from the pics.
Unfortunately the hands are luminova. But the color is very similar to the tritium of the dial.
The movement cal.565 was serviced two months ago and runs perfectly. The date changes smoothly.
The serial number is 2644****. It's correct for the configuration of the watch.
The glass is not original to this watch but was replaced. It has some marks due to wear.
Overall conditions are very good.
It comes on a new leather strap.
I upload a pics in the dark so you can see the tritium glows.
The watch is located in Italy, near Milan.
I have lot of references here, on Omega Forums and Orologi & Passioni.
Payment via bank wire, Paypal or F2F.
Shipment via Express courier.
It's a good price for a really nice watch just serviced.
It comes with the timegrapher certification.
Thank you for the space.