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Re: FS: 1967 Omega Seamaster 300 (Ref. 165.024)

Hi my friend I think you should mention for the benefit of everyone that the dial is marked around the centre. Probably the hands have scratched it over time.

: FS: 1967 Omega Seamaster 300 (Ref. 165.024)


: Offered at $8,850 USD. We are always open to offers and trades.
: Please feel free to contact us at
: [email] [/email] or by calling (213)
: 293-0555

: There is something about the early vintage Omega Seamasters that
: truly embodies the golden era of dive watches of the
: 1960-1970's. Omega has a long history and heritage in dive
: watches, which dates back to the 1930s. The seahorse adorned
: case back of the Seamaster series pays tribute to Neptune, the
: Roman god of the sea. The seahorse logo was conceived by
: engraver Jean-Pierre Borle. He was inspired by an image of
: Neptune driving a chariot pulled by seahorses, which is why the
: Omega seahorses are depicted wearing bridles.The Reference
: 165.024 has a specific feeling and look that centers it as one
: of the most desirable vintage Omega diving watches ever produced
: by the brand. From the bi-directional ratcheting bezel, luminous
: bezel insert, the high visibility dial, and overall larger size
: for a watch of its time period allowing it to remain relevant to
: today's sizing trends. The Seamaster 300 references are becoming
: harder and harder to find as collectors have begun to hold on to
: them due to their retaining value and collectibility over time.

: Stock # OMSM67300
: Brand Omega
: Style Diver
: Model Seamaster 300
: Serial 24,2XX,XXX
: Size Men's
: Material SS
: Dial Matte Black
: Millimeters 42 mm
: Bracelet NATO Strap


: The case of this Seamaster 300 is in stunning original condition.
: The original bakelite "flat top 1" bezel is in an
: amazing condition showing no cracking or damage outside of a
: slight discoloration by the 40 on the bezel. The crown appears
: to have been replaced at some point with a later era service
: crown.


: The gorgeous matte dial is absolutely stunning condition showing no
: noticeable wear and tear, the lume plots have achieved an
: excellent greenish yellow color and exhibit no lume loss or
: degradation under UV light. The original and period correct
: pencil style hands have aged beautifully to the same color as
: the dial, the lume in the minute hand. The pinhole at the 12:00
: position is visible when viewed under a loupe.


: None. The watch is keeping time accurately but the extended service
: history is unknown.


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