Omega "Automatic Seamaster 300", Movement No. 24197441, Ref. 165.024, Cal. 552/1, 41 mm, circa 1967
A diver's attractive automatic vintage wristwatch Case: steel, screw back, bidirectional rotating Bakelite bezel, folded "Omega" steel bracelet with deployant clasp, original plexi glass with ageing cracks, bracelet length 140 mm, total length 195 mm. Dial: black, damaged luminous material in the minute hand.
A much desired timepiece which - unlike its "sister" reference 166.024 - does not have a screwed-down crown or a date. The "Automatic Seamaster 300" is Omega’s answer to the diver’s wristwatches that were launched in the market at the end of the 1960s, such as Blancpain’s Fifty Fathoms, the Rolex Submariner or IWC’s Aquatimer. Collectors call this model "Big Triangle" or "Big T", because of the large triangle at 12 o’clock.
Estimate 5,500 - 9,500 €
Price Realised 5,400 €
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