A watch in exceptional condition, with its short lugs, revealing a magnificent matte burgundy dial with beautiful patinated tritium, a central red seconds hand to accompany the anchor below the word Geneva. You will also note a burgundy bi-directional rotating bezel.
OMEGA GENÈVE AMIRAUTÉ
Manual-winding calibre 602 - Circa 1969
The name Geneva appears on the dials of the Omega brand from 1953. A reference to very elegant watches, with “particularly luxurious” finishes and presentation according to Marco Richon’s book on the history of Omega. It will subsequently also identify a good number of ladies’ watches, Automatics, Ladymatics, among others. The reference that we are offering you today is very original.
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|Manual-winding calibre 602, n°308560042
|Steel signed case and crown
|Joseph Bonnie leather strap