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Up for grabs, a vintage gem! The Ploprof! With an extract from the archives.
One of few that has aged worthy of the watch it was intended to be. The dial is still blue, with some blistering but with the right patina. In my opinion, you don't see them often like this. It's an honest example with even patina and it really ticks all the boxes.
Case: The C-shaped case is in excellent unpolished condition with factory chamfers and brushing. Of course some scratches here and there but it's aged really well.
Dial: Nice looking dial and hands. The dial is blue with some blistering which makes the watch a little better in my opinion. The indexes and text on the dial seems to share almost the same color.
Bezel: The bezel is great, nice patinated and does almost have the same color as the indexes on the dial. The bezel has a crack at around nr 30. but it holds up well.
Movement: Works as should and keeps excellent time and has good power reserve. T. Serial no is 31,501,066. Watch was produced 11.07.1972 and delivered to Sweden.
Crystal: The crystal has some small dots and marks, nothing that draws the eye to it but if I was keen to keep the watch, I might have consider to replacing it.
Bracelet: The watch comes on an original Omega mesh 1266/237.
Extra: Comes with an Extract from the Archives.
Price: 6750€ or best reasonable offer. Plenty of references available worldwide.
Watch is located in Sweden and will be shipped thru Swedish Postal EMS if nothing else is agreed.
Return: To be discussed with buyer.