There is still a large market for vintage Omega pocket watches. There are always collectors but many just want one for that special occasion whilst others love the ease of telling the time on a large dial.
This watch was manufactured in the early 1930s and is in very good condition for its near 90 years of age. It has a two-tone dial that has aged well. Superb blued steel Plume hands. Breguet style of Arabic hours. Small seconds sunken sub-dial with Guilloche finish. Railroad track outer.
The case is gold plate to 40 microns with very little rub through evident. Fully marked Omega inside the case-back. There are no serious dents or scratches to be seen and, if required, the case would polish up very well. There is an Art Deco design engraved on the case-back. No inscription or initials.
Inside the watch is run by the trusty 37.6L-15P. In exceptionally nice condition this is a beautiful movement as you can see from the picture. Incredibly, It runs about 5 seconds slow per day in the flat position on an electronic timer.