This unusual Omega pocket watch was built between 1912 and 1916. Considering the watch is 100 years old the dial is in surprisingly good condition with the Arabic numerals and railroad track outer chapters some 95% complete. The dial has achieved a slight golden patina over the years. There is a sunken central circular guilloche whilst the Omega sign appears on a raised cartouche. The sunken small seconds sub-dial sits a little lower. Gilt poire hands.. The crystal is clear of significant scratches and has probably been polished. I believe the case to be silver although there are no obvious marks confirming this. There is, however, a tiny mark at the base of the French style oval pendant and bow. The case is in relatively good condition with no significant dinks or scratches. Inside the back cover it is marked Omega and, facing this on the top of the dust cover, it is marked Omega Grand Prix 1900. Both carry the same serial number. Inside the Omega bronzed movement ticks strongly. A photograph of a similar watch appears on page 67 of the reference book Omega, A Journey Through Time.
1914c Omega Antique Silver Pocket Watch
Year 1912 -1916 Case Metal Silver? Back Metal Silver? Back Type Snap Diameter* 51 Power Manual Calibre TBA
mm ex crown