Omega Silver WW1 Wristwatch 1910

One of the earliest wristwatches ever produced by Omega. This silver WW1 gents watch was made for the convenience of the soldiers, also know as a ‘trench’ watch. Scroll down to read more about this historical yet affordable piece!

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Description

A cool and historical piece with white enamel dial, black Arabic hour indication and steel blued ‘sword’ hands and a small decentralized seconds hand; everything you can expect from a WW1 watch.

Great condition. The enamel dial shows no flaws whatsoever. Strong double Omega signed silver case (unmarked but tested for 0.800 silver) with fixed lugs. The detailled engraved back of the case is still clearly visible. Crown is believed to be replaced at some point.

The typical movement, as Omega used them all decades before in their pocket watches, is signed and runs well.

Additional information

Manufacturer

Omega

Dial

Enamel

Year

1910

Material

Silver

Movement

Manual wind

Dimensions

34mm / 36mm

Serial Number

4.760.353

Bracelet/Strap

Aftermarket

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