Lovely Omega WWW writwatch for sale.
This watch is one of the watches that comprise what is commonly called the 'Dirty Dozen'.
The WWW (Wrist Watch Waterproof) watches were ordered towards the end of WW2 and were delivered in late 1945.
This Omega is in excellent condition having been recently serviced and having had a complete rebuild of the balance assembly. The watch is now running very nicely.
The watch has a very good condition case showing just normal signs of use - no unsightly scratches or digs. Original crown is fitted. Fixed bars are fitted as original with these watches.
The caseback is marked WWW and the broad arrow signifying Government Property followed by Y4237 and 10668436.
The 15 jewel movement is numbered 10218758 which is correct for 1945.
The original dial is in lovely condition with just a very small part of the 'railway track' missing between 2 and 3 but this does not detract. The dial lume has been renewed in antique colour lume in a few of the markers.
The original hands are in good condition and have been re-lumed in antique colour lume.
Plexiglass is in very good condition with no marks or cracks.
The watch is fitted with a 1940's NOS (new old stock) black leather strap of the type that was originally fitted to these watches.
This is a very good example of an Omega WWW and a great opportuity to acquire a watch that is continuing to increase in value.
If you are interested in purchasing this watch please contact me to discuss methods of payment and shipping services available.
I have business accounts with UPS for shipping and Parcel Pro for insurance and I can ship virtually anywhere in the world at very competitive prices.
Please feel free to contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on my mobile 07710 444 604 if you have any queries or require further information.