Omega Seamaster De Ville 136.020 circa 1965
Omega is a Swiss watch brand that was founded in 1848 by Louis Brandt. the company has a long history of producing high-quality watches, and the Seamaster model is one of their most iconic lines. The Omega Seamaster was first introduced in 1948 and is still in production. Seamaster watches were water resistant and durable watches that were first introduced by Omega in 1948. The Seamaster line of watches is characterized by its distinctive design and high-quality craftsmanship.
This reference 136.020 Seamaster is a gold capped over stainless-steel watch that was produced in circa 1965. This specific watch is among others, renowned for its ‘mono-case’. It means that the watch case cannot be opened from the back side, but only from the frontside, by removing the bezel. This innovative and rarely seen feature in the watch industry, makes this an example special treat when compared to the others Seamster models from the 1960’s. The mono-case was introduced to further improve the water resistance of Omega watches. Therefore, this Seamaster De Ville is a classic example of Omega’s commitment to innovation, precision, and elegance.
This watch measures 34 mm in diameter. Furthermore, it features an in-house Omega 610 movement, and beautiful sharp lugs. On top of the beautiful dial sits an acrylic crystal and a smooth bezel which brings all elements in this watch together to create a true beauty. The condition of this watch is good. Both the dial and hands have a beautiful warm patina which adds to the charm of this watch. Just above the Seamaster De Ville signature, the dial shows some age.
Overall, this watch is an excellent example of Omega’s Seamaster line of watches and is sure to be a treasured addition to any collection. It is truly a classic watch that will be enjoyed for many years to come.