Up for grabs is an early, circa 1940s, Omega time-only watch, produced before Omega attributed reference numbers to their watches. The watch features a gorgeous and clean two-tone dial, with applied “nipple” markers.
The watch itself is in great condition. The case appears unpolished, with the Portugese import stamp on the top left lug. The dial is in excellent condition, seemingly free of blemishes; however, please be advised that the dial has a very small dent, barely noticeable, from the back of the dial, when a watchmaker removed it at some point in the past.
Please Note: Movement and caseback photos can be provided upon request, as they were not ready at the time of publishing.