Vintage Omega Seamaster from 1965, reference 166.002, in perfect working order, in very good condition, reliable like all Omega watches.
Number of jewels: 24
Black dial without numbers, with gold bar markers and reliefs and luminescent hands.
Date display at 3 o'clock.
Stylus hands, also in gold.
Central seconds hand with unusual white relief detail.
Case back engraved with the hippocampus on the outside, that distinguishes the Seamaster series, while the reference can be found inside.
60th scale and gold Omega logo at 12 o'clock with 'Omega Automatic' in white lettering.
New black strap, just a little bit dirty, original Omega branded.
Original Omega branded, gold coloured, stainless steel buckle.
Movement: Mechanical, automatic with calibre Omega 562, second generation, fully copper plated.
In very good condition with no or barely visible signs of wear.
Original Omega box.
No or barely visible signs of wear.
Information obtained from the vintage section of the Omega website.
The Seamaster collection dates from the 1950s, when Venice gave the inspiration for one of the most famous Omega symbols.
During a visit to the city, a member of the Omega design team, was struck by the beautiful, decorative sculptures of the hippocampus of Neptune that adorned the sides of the gondolas. This is how Omega came upon the Seamaster symbol and, from 1957, the watches from this collection began to bear the emblem.
From this moment, Omega has paid homage to the city of Venice.
The convex dial recalls the vaulted ceilings of Venetian architecture.
The spherical crown is also inspired by the city, echoing the shape of Saint Mark's dome.
Consequently the famous medallion of the hippocampus was engraved on the case back, along with 'Seamaster', this distinguishing motif was applied with the specific purpose of honouring the city of Venice.
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