Vintage Omega Stainless Steel Geneve 1360098 1972

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What is there not to love about this piece… A beautiful, mint condition and timeless example of why Omega dress watches are still loved by many. The simple and elegant design, combined with the easiest colors around make it the perfect dress watch for every occasion. A true all-rounder. This watch was produced in 1972 (34xxxxxx) and was kept in a drawer for years by the previous owner. The case is in immaculate condition, the crystal is original Omega signed and the caliber 613 manual wound movement runs great! The reference of this vintage piece is 1360098 and its fully made out of stainless steel. This watch is perfect for a starting collector who wants a piece to wear every day, or for the seasoned Omega lover that wants a perfect example of omega craftsmanship. All in all a great piece which will be wearable everywhere!

What we love:

-Original signed crystal
-Great working condition
-Timeless iconic dress watch design

What you should know:

-This watch has been checked by experienced watchmakers, the watch has been opened and no service was deemed necessary

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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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Description

Fully Factory Original
Timeless Design

White Sunburst Dial

Case

Screw-in stainless steel case-back

Glass

Original signed acrylic crystal

omega vintage geneve 1360098 1972 caliber 613 automatic watch

Crown

Fully original steel Omega signed crown

Movement

Original Omega signed manual wound caliber 613 movement

OMEGA IN 1972

1972 was the year of the Apollo 17 mission, which was the final NASA mission to the moon. The commander, Eugene Cernan, spent 3 days on the moon’s surface. More information can be found on Omega’s official timeline.

The Speedmaster used on this mission is one of the few Speedmasters that went on an Apollo mission and is still privately owned.