Lot 15 (Medals & Militaria with Country Pursuits, 17th July 2020)
Sold for £1,350
A Gentleman's Omega Military Issue steel cased Pilot/Navigators wristwatch, circa 1953, having a black dial with luminous dot and baton outer markers, Arabic numerals and sword hands, with "Fat Arrow" War Department mark and T within a circle for tritiium, having a 283 calibre 17 jewel movement, the steel case with fixed bars and screw back marked 6645 101000 6B / 542 283/53, 37mm excluding crown.
Currently in working order, second hand with craquelure and with small hole to the corner of the minute hand. small area of discolouration to the very edge of the dial above 12 o'clock, small loss to the numeral 6.
Condition reports must be considered as a matter of opinion and not fact.
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