OMEGA CAL: 265 MECHANICAL WRIST WATCH - Circa 1947

Offered for sale is an Omega mechanical Wrist Watch from the late 1940s. The watch features the large (12¾ Ligne) and robust Calibre 265 movement - which features copper coloured plates and 15 jewels. The watch was found in Germany, where (we believe) the dial face may have been professionally repainted. A new mainspring was fitted by the Ystrad Watch Centre on 20th December 2004 and the watch is in good working order. It is fitted with a nice pig-skin wrist band or strap but the acrylic crystal is scratched and it would benefit cosmetically from the fitting of a new mineral glass crystal.

Movement: Omega Cal. 265, 12¾"', 15 jewels, subsidiary seconds dial at the six, copper coloured plates, serial number: 11611051.

Case: Stainless steel snap back case, serial number 2495 8, signed 'Omega Watch Co'.

Face: Re-finished matte black face with military style Arabic numerals.

The third image, below, shows the inside of the case back with 'Omega Watch Co' in a triangle with 'Fab.Suisse Swiss Made' and 'Acer Inoxydable' below together with the case number. This is a quality timepiece that deserves the careful attention of a discerning collector or, alternatively, it would make an excellent and unusual watch for everyday wear.

Mechanical watches make the ideal gift - classic appearance and no battery to fade or fail. They do, however, require cleaning and oiling from time to time by a competent watchmaker and although usually good timekeepers, a mechanical watch needs to be wound regularly and the time will occasionally need to be reset.

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