By far the most common comment I receive is that the watches look better in reality than in the pictures. This will be no exception. Being solid gold the watch is far more golden than the pictures suggest - as is the dial!
This is a superb example of a 1930s pocket watch that has hardly seen the light of day such is the condition and colour saturation of the dial. It's not faded at all and there's hardly a mark to be seen. Golden in colour with a metallic gold ring inset with the black roman numeral hours. Railroad track outer. Small seconds sunken sub-dial at 6 decorated with a circular Guilloche pattern. Beautiful blued steel Plume hands.
Substantial Art Deco bow and crown with the bow stamped gold. The Guilloche patterned case-back has no inscription. Overall the case and case-back are in excellent condition with no dents just micro scratches.
Inside, the case-back is fully stamped Omega and 14k sold gold. Powered by the Omega calibre 37.5 L 17P. Runs well. Fully Serviced.
Comes with a rather old pouch in which I suspect it has been kept for years.
1938 Omega Pocket Watch 14k Gold
Year 1935-1938 Case Metal 14k Gold Back Metal 14k Gold Back Type Snap
45.5 Power 37.5 L17P Calibre Manual
*mm excluding bow and crown