Estimate 7,800 - 10,000 €
a lot of the last auction!
Steel, screw back with Seamaster logo and engraving "CERTIFIED HIGH PRESSURE WATERPROOF SEAMASTER", bidirectional rotating bezel with lume dot.
very good, worn, restaurations.
Matt black, luminous triangular indexes and luminous Arabic numerals.
very good, capable of running, cleaning recommended.
The Seamaster 300 was developed for professional as well as civilian divers; it was one of three special models Omega introduced in the late 1950s. The other two were the Speedmaster and the Railmaster. The Seamaster 300 reference CK 2913 was launched on the market in 1957; it is still regarded as the model with the longest production run of all the Omega range.
There are eight versions of the CK 2913. From 1960 on it was replaced by reference CK14.755 replaced, followed by reference ST165.014 in 1962.
The first executions featured a slim Bakelite bezel. For exact reading of the time, radium hands were used, with a wide arrow hand for the hours and a slimmer dauphine hand against a matte black dial with luminous Arabic numerals and isosceles triangles at 3, 6, 9 and 12 o’clock as well as acute triangles at the five-minute markers. Automatic calibre 501 ensured the reliable running of the watch; it was replaced by calibre 552 (reference CK14.755) in 1960.
Source: Marco Richon "Omega", Biel 2007, p. 323ff.