1967 Omega Seamaster 300 165.024 W10 British Army Issued
I have listed this with the Speedmasters as it deserves to be there!
This Seamaster 300 was issued to the British Army in 1967 and bears the W10 hallmark on the case back. It also comes complete with an Omega Extract of Archives which states delivery to the British Army and W10 marking. The serial number is 24,719,xxx. Its in excellent shape and a credit to its former keeper who is a collector of fine vintage watches.
Brand and Model: Omega Seamaster 300
Case: Stainless steel
Crown: Correct screw down crown (Photos show the crown extended for photo purposes). It fully screws down and sits correctly in the case.
Bezel: Original acrylic resin plastic bezel which is in excellent condition and glows consistently as the dial and hands.
Bracelet: Comes with a black Nato strap
Dial: A beautiful big triangle dial with the lume showing consistent glow accross each lume plot with no visible deteriation on the dial itself.
Hands: Original sword hands which glow consitent with the lume on the dial
Crystal: Omega plexi which shows very minimal marks. These could easily be removed at the owners choice, I have chosen to leave them in.
Movement: Omega cal 552 automatic with central sweep hand with the serial number 24,719,xxx
Case Back: Stainless steel with military engravings
Included with watch:
Omega Extract of Archives dating it to March 21st 1967 and issued to the British Army.
The condition is excellent and original. This watch has been fully checked by a well known watchmaker and it is functioning perfectly.