Vintage Omega Classic Sub-Second Tropical Dial 2605-13 1952


Remarkable Classic Omega sub-second with tropical dial. Beautifully aged applied yellow gold Omega logo with spear indices and 3-6-9-12 configuration. The amazing patina on the factory original dial add history to the timepiece and adds believability to the story you can tell on your next cousins birthday when showing it. The serial number 13xxxxxx dates back to 1952. The reference number is 2605-13 with a star sign on the inside of the case back. It houses a manual wound caliber 266 movement. The stainless steel case is in great condition with the original Omega crown and rare spider lugs to finish it off.

What we love

  • Spider lugs that gives the watch a very cool appearance
  • Tropical patina on the dial
  • Amazing factory original dial configuration

What you should know

  • NATO strap marks on the case back
  • Small scratches near the left bottom lug

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Guaranteed Authentic, all watches are just checked, and serviced when necessary, by one of our master watchmakers. A one of a kind, exceptional example of vintage craftsmanship. Your watch purchase includes a luxury VM watch box to make this special moment even more special. 

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Snap-off stainless steel case-back


Serviced (not original) Acrylic Crystal

vintage Omega watch Classic Sub-Second Tropical Dial 2605-13 1952 front


Fully original stainless steel Omega signed crown


Original Omega signed Manual Wound caliber 266 movement.


Omega is one of the most iconic Swiss luxury watchmakers currently around. Based in Bienne, Switzerland and founded by Louis Brandt in La Chaux-de-Fonds in 1848. Omega was formally known as “La Generale Watch Co.” until incorporating the name Omega in 1903, when they became Louis Brandt et Frère – Omega Watch & Co. In 1982, the company officially changed its name to Omega SA.

Notable lovers of Omega watches:

Britain’s Royal Flying Corps chose Omega watches in 1917 as its official timekeepers for its combat units, as did the U.S. Army in 1918. Omega watches were the choice of NASA and the first watch on the Moon in 1969. In addition, Omega has been the official timekeeping device of the Olympic Games since 1932. James Bond has worn it in films since 1995; other famous Omega wearers, past and present, include Buzz Aldrin, George Clooney, John F. Kennedy, Mao Zedong and Elvis Presley.

Additional information





Factory Original

Case Material

Stainless Steel

Movement Type


Case Diameter

Exact Year

Dial Color

Patina, Two Tone



Time Period