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Omega
 
Lot No. 295*
A chronometer movement in an aluminium case for observatory testing - with Bulletin de Marche l'Observatoire Astronomique de Neuchatel, dated December 21, 1954 and February 8, 1956 and seven extracts from the chronometer archives by Andreas Hidding
Estimate  4,500 - 6,500 €
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Product Details
CASE
aluminium, glazed movement.
very good
DIAL
enamel.
very good
MOVEMENT
3/4 plate movement, Guillaume balance.
very good, capable of running, cleaning recommended
MOVM. NO.
10829678
CAL.
30T2SC
DIMENSIONS
50 x 45 mm
CIRCA
1947
WEIGHT
106 g
ORIGIN
Swiss
Product Description

This Omega chronometer movement was tested seven times in chronometer trials:
- 1953 at the Neuchâtel observatory, where it finished in 47th place (59 participants) in the class "Chronomètres destinés à être portés en bracelet"
- 1954 at the Neuchâtel observatory, where it finished in 27th place (53 participants) in the class "Chronomètres destinés à être portés en bracelet"
- 1956 at the Neuchâtel observatory, where it finished in 18th place (99 participants) in the class "Chronomètres - bracelet"
- 1956 at the Geneva observatory, where it finished in 18th place (56 participants)
- 1965 at the Geneva observatory, where it finished in 24th place (140 participants) in the class "Concours D / Bracelet"
- 1966 at the Geneva observatory, where it finished in 41st place (126 participants) in the class "Concours D / Bracelet"
- 1967 at the Geneva observatory, where it finished in 14th place (88 participants) in the class "Concours D / Bracelet"
The seconds dial still bears the marker of the visual check. The movement was adjusted by Joseph Ory.

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