10’s vintage watch WW1 Oficcer Omega trench ref. 568.13 cal. 13”’ SOB rare
Posted on June 15, 2023 | By admin
From the early 10’s this WWI ERA this oversize military oficcers Omega, manual wind movement cal. 13”’ SOB, movement dates from 1910 and case dates from 1913 (source: “A journey through time” book), missing bezel , recently servided by watchmaker.. Serial 5380478 / H13661, ref. It was clean, marks and scratches all over, attention. Fine condition with strong geometry. 35m without crown / 39mm lug to lug / 12mm tickness / 12mm lug width. Mechanical manual wind Omega 13”’ SOB. Serviced by watchmaker on June 2022. Movement was disassembled, washed, lubricated. Untouched 24-hour enamel dial, skeleton radium numerals and hands. It is rare to find a World War I trench watch that still has the radium painted dial. Many of these trench watches that have been refurbished are radium free. The first tests of radium for luminous watch dials and hands date back to 1911. A true treasure with more than 100 years, in the beginnings of wristwatches in the military era of the first world war working well with the dial in excellent condition, unfortunately the bezel is missing but it is still a target piece of collection without a doubt because of the rarity these days. Please see photos as they are part of the description. What you see is what you get, so please study the photos or ask for more! Please note however that vintage watches cannot be guaranteed and it is always advisable to have them serviced at regular intervals to protect your investment. Do not like to travel, so there is no guarantee that they will reach 100%. We do not guarantee waterproof on any vintage watch. I will send by registered post and signature proof. See all the photos (any defect not mentioned but visible in the pictures will be considered as describe)and please take your time and read the condition description and this words, if you have any question or if you need more photos, contact me.