Offered here is a later iteration of the Omega Railmaster, circa 1963, the Reference 135.004, which followed the initial reference 2914 models. In 1957, Omega released a trilogy of technical watches, built for different purposes/fields of work; they released the references CK 2913, CK 2914, and CK 2915, which correspond, in order, to the Seamaster 300, the Railmaster, and the Speedmaster. The Railmaster was built and billed as an anti-magnetic watch, for use in professions in which magnetic fields could disrupt a wristwatch – such as scientists, engineers, etc.
This Omega Railmaster is in attractive vintage condition. The case has been polished in the past, but has thick and even lugs. The dial is overall well-preserved with no marks or scratches, and shows some patina/aging around the markers. The original tritium lume is present on the dial and hands, aged to a golden orange.
Further, this watch surprisingly (and not often seen) original Omega box and papers (Guarantee papers, booklets, as pictured). The watch is also fitted on a vintage English pigskin leather strap with period correct steel Omega buckle.
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