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Omega - Genève Cal. 613 - Ref. 136.070 - Men - 1960s

Omega - Genève Cal. 613 - Ref. 136.070 - Men - 1960s

Description
Omega - Genève Cal. 613 - Ref. 136.070 - Men - 1960s
Mechanical 17 Jewels with manual winding - Steel

Omega 20 micron 18 kt gold plated watch from the ‘60 with a mechanical movement Cal. 613 with 17 rubies, hand-wound. Steel case measuring 35 mm, silver dial with embossed indices, central seconds and date at 3 o'clock. The watch is contemporary and original in all its mechanical components including the crown. It shows minor, hardy visible imperfections in the gilding on the bezel.

Dimensions
Case diameter: 35 mm.
Case thickness: 9 mm.
Strap width: 18 mm.
Strap length: 195 mm.

Please note:
This watch has been kept with the utmost care, is in proper working order and keeps time with small, normal variations.

Please note: the box, documents and guarantee from the time are not included. The box shown in the photos is for demonstration purposes only and will not be included in the sale.

The description, however detailed, is not comprehensive and may be influenced by personal opinions and subjective assessments. For this reason, the photos constitute an integral part of the description. Characteristics, details and/or defects that are not described, or are described in a way that does not match your expectations, but are clearly visible in the photos, cannot be considered an omission.

The watch will be packaged with the utmost care and shipped via insured and tracked mail.

Lot details
Brand
Omega
Model
Genève Cal. 613
Reference Number
Ref. 136.070
Gender
Men
Period
1960s
Movement
Mechanical 17 Jewels with manual winding
Case material
Steel
Material fineness
Gold Plated 18K
Type
Silver 35 mm dial with sticks indexes and date at three o'clock.
Shipped Insured
Yes
Condition
Worn with little to no signs of use
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