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Lot 40: Omega Pilot's Watch 1938 LE 0411/4938, Ref. 5700.50 c.2001
26 October 2016
New York, NY, USALive Auction
Omega Pilot's Watch 1938 Re-edition LE 0411/4938, Ref. 5700.50.07
Switzerland, circa 2001
Automatic movement, caliber 2200, 23 jewels, No. 80123416; hours, minutes, seconds
Matte Black dial with printed white luminous Arabic numeral hour-markers, constant seconds subdial, minutes outer ring; Silver Poire squelette hands
Stainless Steel case, with bi-directional turning bezel, crown, and snap-on caseback
Omega Brown leather strap with Omega Stainless Steel pin buckle
Case No. 0411/4938
Case Diameter: 40.5mm
Very good condition with minimal traces of wear; Overhaul recommended, at buyer's expense
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Omega is not only defined by being the first watch on the moon, or the watch of choice for Mr. James Bond, but foremost for the production of highly precise and durable time-pieces. This is largely attributed to their 160 year heritage in which Omega managed to engineer their watches to be suitable for the harshest environments ranging from the deep sea, space, and high impact sports. As a result of this long heritage, Omega’s timepieces have also become one of watch enthusiasts and collectors most sought after items.Overhaul is recommended at the buyer’s expense. Long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Size and weight may deviate from the manufacturer’s indication. All watches are hand-measured and weighed.
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