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Omega
 
Lot No. 294*
A chronometer movement in an aluminium case for observatory testing - with four extracts from the chronometer archives by Andreas Hidding
Estimate  1,700 - 2,500 €
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Product Details
CASE
aluminium, glazed movement.
very good
DIAL
enamel.
very good, hairline
MOVEMENT
3/4 plate movement, Guillaume balance.
very good, capable of running, cleaning recommended
MOVM. NO.
12780863
CAL.
30T2SC
DIMENSIONS
50 x 45 mm
CIRCA
1952
WEIGHT
104 g
ORIGIN
Swiss
Product Description

This Omega chronometer movement was tested four times in chronometer trials:
- 1965 at the Geneva observatory, where it finished in 12th place (140 participants) in the class "Concours D / Bracelet" class
- 1966 at the Geneva observatory, where it finished in 70th place (126 participants) in the class "Concours D / Bracelet" class
- 1966 at the Neuchâtel observatory, where it finished in 11th place (260 participants) in the class "Chronomètres - bracelet"
- 1967 at the Geneva observatory, where it finished in 60th place (80 participants) in the class "Concours D / Bracelet"
The seconds dial of this Omega chronometer movement still bears the marker of the visual check. The movement was adjusted by André Brielmann, one of the most famous regleurs at Omega.

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