1970's Omega Constellation Chronometer f300Hz

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  • 1970's Omega Constellation Chronometer
  • Time and Calender Functions
  • Yellow Gold Plated Case
  • 300Hz Electronic Chronometer 
  • Caliber 1250 Movement
  • Sweeping Center Seconds
  • Perfect Dial with Original Tritium Hand and Markers
  • Applied Gold Baton Hands and Omega Logo
  • 35.5mm Width Excluding the Crown
  • Stainless Steel Engraved Caseback
  • 11mm Thickness with Boxed Dome Crystal
  • 41.5mm lug to lug
  • No box or papers


About the Watch:

Beautifully preserved gold plated case Omega Constellation with high grade 300Hz electronic caliber 1250 Chronometer movement which keeps excellent time. This 1970's Omega is in phenomenal vintage condition in a great wearable size and thickness. The watch has an engraved caseback that was given for 25 years of service at McKesson & Robbins Drug Co. 1976. The signed crown, dial, and hands are all original and in perfect condition. The yellow gold plating shows no signs of wear and the case is unpolished. The original crystal has some scratches and the case is razor sharp with little signs of wear and shows the factory finish. We paired this with a beautiful matte alligator strap in Chestnut with ecru stitch. Just a beautiful vintage piece from Omega. 


About the Brand:

Omega is ubiquitous when talking about watch brands, founded in 1903, has established itself as one of the premier brands in all of horology. Omega has garnered a lengthy list of patents, awards, and accomplishments in watchmaking, none more famous than the first watch worn on the moon, the Omega Speedmaster. Omega still continues to innovate as well launching the Co-Axial Escapement movement in 1999. Omega is simply one of the best and most recognizable brands in the world and is synonymous with quality and dependability in watchmaking. 


About Vintage Watches:

Please note that nearly all vintage watches are not water resistant, despite any markings on the case or dial, and care should be taken when wearing. All vintage watches will show signs of wear and patina, our favorite part, and scratches on the case, crystal, and case back are all part of the charm! All of our vintage watches have been cleaned, running, and left in unpolished condition when possible. Vintage watches should run as intended, however, some slight variations in timekeeping are to be expected. Plus or minus 10-30 seconds a day is common. Please feel free to ask any questions you may have, we love talking watches.