Omega Genève 166.041 Automatic cal. 565 + original bracelet

1.750

Omega is a Swiss watch brand that was founded in 1848 by Louis Brandt. The brand has a long history of producing high-quality timepieces, and its watches are sought after by collectors and enthusiasts alike. The Omega Genève is a particularly popular model and is an important addition to the collection of every serious Omega collector.

This particular watch from 1969 is a great example of the Omega Genève at its best. The 34 mm steel case houses the Omega 565-caliber movement, which is a variation of the Omega Constellation calibre and is a finely finished movement with a date function. This movement features a ‘pull-out’- quick set function, which was a innovate feature at the time and can be very useful. Above the movement is the gorgeous white dial with clean onyx markers which feature intact lume-plots next to them. The clean dial also features an applied Omega logo and a minute track which surrounds the dial.

The hands are also original to the watch. This watch comes on its original riveted Omega bracelet which is also in full length and in beautiful condition. To add to the charm this watch is unpolished and has been serviced very recently. This beautiful Omega Genève is one of the best examples we have ever seen because of its excellent condition, gorgeous riveted Omega bracelet and near perfect dial with some nice patina on the lume.

Adding this watch to your collection will surely provide you with a lot of enjoyment, as it is not only a beautiful Omega watch from the 1970s, but it is also a very fine example of the Omega Genève line.

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