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Model: Genève Automatic ref. 166.0163 Presentation Watch; Serial #38,8XX,XXX; Swiss Made circa approximately 1974
Case: 20 microns yellow gold-plated case with stainless steel screw-down caseback is approximately 35mm excluding the original signed Omega winding crown
Strap: 18mm handmade textured taupe calfskin strap with white stitching and 16mm yellow gold-plated tang buckle
Movement: Omega cal. 1010 self-winding automatic movement (17 jewels) with traditional quick-set date and hacking seconds functions; 28,800 BPH; Swiss Made
Features: Stunning original silver sunburst dial with all lume plots in tact and aged to a beautiful yellow hue; gold-tone hour markers with black inserts; quick-set date display at 3 o'clock; original matching gold-tone handset; 20 microns yellow gold-plated case with great presentation caseback; original signed Omega acrylic crystal; Omega self-winding automatic movement with hacking seconds; handmade strap
Condition: Mint original condition overall with only minor signs of wear consistent with age and very light use; razor-sharp case is completely unpolished; crisp presentation caseback is clearly legible with the brushed finish in tact; incredible original silver sunburst dial with all lume plots in tact and aged to a pleasing yellow hue; excellent original gold-tone handset with all luminous material in tact and matching; nice original signed Omega acrylic crystal
Other: Looking for a gorgeous vintage dress watch from a powerhouse brand without breaking the bank? Look no further than this Omega Genève Automatic watch. At 35mm excluding the crown and powered by a thin, self-winding movement, it's the perfect size for a dress watch and is sure to slide under the cuff of a shirt or dinner jacket. We also recommend wearing it casually with a plain t-shirt and your favorite pair of jeans. Speaking of the movement, the Omega cal. 1010 hums along at a high rate of 28,800 beats per hour and features a convenient quick-set date with hacking seconds capability. This particular Omega Genève also comes with a bit of history. It was presented to Harold O. Dole in 1976 for 30 years of service to A. O. Smith Corp. A. O. Smith is headquartered in Milwaukee, so it comes as no surprise that we found the watch locally here in Wisconsin. It must have been an incredibly exciting and proud moment for Harold to receive a brand new Omega watch for that many years of loyal service and dedication to one company. It is our honor to pass his watch along to the next deserving caretaker.