Jewellery, Watches, Antiquities and Objects of Vertu

To be Sold on: 26th November 2019

Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000

An 18ct gold chronograph wristwatch, by Omega, ref. 2297, 1953, with signed silvered dial with applied baton hour markers, outer tachymetre scale with centre sweep chronograph seconds hand, three subsidiary dials for running seconds and chronograph minutes and hours, signed movement numbered ‘13254245’, in plain polished gold case, numbered ‘11096095’ and stamped ‘750’, with two chronograph push buttons to the band, to a later brown leather strap, with gold plated Omega buckle, dial diameter 31.5mm. £3,000-£4,000

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An 18ct gold chronograph wristwatch, by Omega, ref. 2297, 1953, with signed silvered dial with applied baton hour markers, outer tachymetre scale with centre sweep chronograph seconds hand, three subsidiary dials for running seconds and chronograph minutes and hours, signed movement numbered ‘13254245’, in plain polished gold case, numbered ‘11096095’ and stamped ‘750’, with two chronograph push buttons to the band, to a later brown leather strap, with gold plated Omega buckle, dial diameter 31.5mm. £3,000-£4,000

Condition Report

In very good clean condition. Some scuffing to the gold plated crown and to the pin of the buckle. Movement runs when wound and chronograph function works, but untested for timekeeping. We recommend that all watches purchased at auction will require/benefit from a full service.