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FS: 1969 Omega Constellation 168.029 with Rare Double Signed "Me *LINK*

1969 Omega Constellation 168.029 with Rare Double Signed "Meister" Linen Snowflake Dial

Overview:� For sale today is a collectable 1969 Omega Constellation with rare snowflake linen dial, white gold bezel, and solid-link bracelet. It is double signed by Meister on the dial.� Meister, a well-known Zurich-based watch boutique, was founded in 1881, and it is rare to see their name on the dial of a watch like this one. The bracelet is stamped Omega on the clasp and end-links are stamped 515. In addition, this watch was an early piece of the famous designer, Gerald Genta, who inspired the likes of AP Royal Oak and Patek Philippe Nautilus. Don't miss this chance to add a highly collectable constellation to your Omega collection.�

Condition:� Overall the watch is in mint� vintage condition with hardly any signs of use. It appears to be unpolished in original condition. One could credibly argue that it is NOS. The bracelet is in� excellent� condition and has full links so will comfortably fit up to 7.5" wrists. The dial is in excellent condition as well as the hands. The acrylic plexi-glass crystal is a genuine omega crystal with logo in the center and also in mint condition.�

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Reference: ST (Steel) 168.029
Year: 1969
Case No: 3.1m
Dimensions:� 35mm
Crystal: Omega Acrylic 'plexiglass' crystal
Lume:� Tritium
Caliber:� Omega Caliber 751 (push and pull crown to set date)
Bracelet/Strap:� Stainless Steel
Box/Papers: No/No

Most of my selling has been on EBay where in 22 years I have more than 3,000 positive feedbacks with a 100% rating. User name is juglans. On Reddit and on watchuseek I have a number of recent references for purchases. Please check them out. I am happy to call, text, or Facetime in order to make you feel comfortable with doing business with me.

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