This 1954 Omega automatic watch is a real gem that stands out for its captivating appearance. The stunning copper-tone dial exudes classic Seamaster-like charm, complete with a delightful pointer seconds hand. It is in exceptionally good original condition, with the two-tone technical dial showing minimal signs of aging over the years. A slight shadow on the dial at about 7.13 indicates it has been stored for a long time.
The hour indices are a combination of dots and painted numbers, while the minute index is further detailed with very fine 1/5 minute markers, all perfectly complemented by the cute arrowhead seconds hand and black syringe hands. The Omega logo and the words Omega, Automatic, and Swiss are all featured in black on the dial.
The watch boasts beefy rose gold-capped lugs, a Seamaster-like solid rose gold bezel and a durable stainless steel case. Despite being almost 70 years old, it remains in excellent condition, with only a few tiny dings that are hardly noticeable. The case back is fully signed Omega on the inside including the reference 2577 meaning it is a 34.4mm Seamaster case.
The Omega calibre 351 automatic movement is responsible for keeping the watch ticking. As you wear the watch, the movement of your wrist winds the rotor inside, hence its name as a bumper.
This impressive watch comes with a black strap that completes its sophisticated look.
1954 Omega Automatic
Year 1954-1955 Case Metal Stainless steel Back Metal Stainless steel Back Type Screw Diameter* 34.4mm Length** 43.1 Power Automatic Calibre 351
* Excluding the crown
** Tip of lug to tip of lug