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On sale today is the much famed vintage Omega Seamaster 300 from 1964. One of the earlier ref. 165.024 with naiad crown. Original vintage and not your "Watchco" Omega Seamaster 300, with old vintage parts.
Overall condition is good, with some knocks on the bezel Bakelite, but no cracking occurs that allow moisture to enter, and hence all markings are still looking fine. So far, no clicking on bezel, missing ball bearing but will be easy fix.
Dial looks good, with a desirable no date model for a symmetrical look.
Case is polished with slight fainting of the caseback.
Original signed Crystal is in good shape, with the tiny Omega logo at the centre.
Bracelet will fit up to a 200mm wrist (around 7.9 inches), with extremely little sign of aging. Signed 1171 with 633 end piece.
Movement is signed 552, and 23,79X,XXX serial number. Working fine, and keeping good time but service history unknown.
Here are the photos for an even better description:
Luminious still glow, but very faintly. Photo was self-enhanced by camera due to extreme almost zero light, and it is probably showing 5 times the original lume:
I am asking for a very reasonable USD 4500. Only Paypal.
Below are the photos: