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Omega Constellation Ref.14381 Pie-Pan
Each Omega Constellations holds the Swiss Government’s top degree for accuracy.- Omega 1962
The first Omega Constellation dates back to 1952 and has some characteristics that still are visible in later models, until now. The Constellation branding, the applied star logo, and of course a depiction of the Geneva Observatory on the case back.
Look at this beauty dating back to 1960, with the pie-pan dial. A balanced design with the applied steel markers. But what really makes it stand out is the eggshell-colored dial. This is patina at its finest, where vintage is about. Fancy lugs, it all breads luxury.
So looking for a dress watch with history, owned by a gentleman, look no further!
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