Omega Constellation ‘DeLuxe’ – Ref. 2700 SC – 1952

Breathtaking piece of ‘Conny’ history available, a first reference Omega Constellation DeLuxe from 1952 in solid yellow gold. Scroll down to read more about this rarity.



This reference 2700 SC features the so desired solid yellow gold pie-pan dial with arrowhead markers. In our opinion the more attractive model in comparison to the later reference DeLuxe models that feature an applied Omega signature on the dial where this model solely features the Omega and star symbol in applied gold, and the signatures in a thin font black text.

The case is strong and shows minimal signs of use, some superficial scratches due to normal wear. As you can see in the pictures, the case shows an attractive patina on the gold case indicating this piece has barely been worn in the past years.
The case back shows a perfectly intact Constellation logo, presenting the appreciate medallion in fine detailing.
The medallion was created with a design reminiscent of the Geneva Observatory, while the eight stars represented two world records of 1933 and 1936, and the six “wristwatch-sized” contests won between 1945 and 1952.
The original winding crown shows some wear around the edges.

The bumper automatic movement with 13 million serial number indicates this piece was made in the release of the first year of this reference, 1952.
The clean movement winds smooth and runs with fine accuracy.

The watch is accompanied by its original red leather Omega Constellation box. Later strap and buckle.

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Additional information




18K Yellow Gold


2700 SC


35mm / 37mm


Bumper Automatic