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Omega Ref. 2413 circa 1947 | steel manual vintage wristwatch with two-tone dial

Reference 2413 is a relatively rare Omega model that was first introduced in 1946. This is a wonderful example of the reference with a beautiful two-tone dial and a crisp steel case. The watch has a linear case design with a polished chamfered bezel that precisely meets the top of the case sides, thereby leaving no step between the two surfaces. The lugs have flattened sides and a distinctive downward curve.  The main body of the dial has a silk matte finish while the outer minute track is highlighted by a secondary tone. The gold hour indexes are applied and riveted to the dial’s surface. Positioned at 6 o’clock is a finely engine-turned subsidiary seconds dial.

Specifications

[M] Omega calibre 28 manually wound movement, lever escapement, 17 jewels, bi-metallic compensation balance, 18,000 BPH
[D] two-tone silvered dial, applied faceted gold baton and dot hour indexes, outer minute track in secondary tone, engine-turned subsidiary seconds, feuille hands
[C] stainless steel circular case, polished chamfered bezel and down-turned lugs, satin finished case sides, snap-on satin finished case back, Omega winding crown
[S] case, dial, movement and crown signed

Measurements

33mm diameter excluding winding crown
41mm length including lugs
8mm depth to centre of crystal
17mm lug gauge/strap width

Accompaniments

One Year guarantee – serviced by an Omega approved service centre
Black Bough certificate, box and polishing cloth

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Description

Reference 2413 is a relatively rare Omega model that was first introduced in 1946. This is a wonderful example of the reference with a beautiful two-tone dial and a crisp steel case. The watch has a linear case design with a polished chamfered bezel that precisely meets the top of the case sides, thereby leaving no step between the two surfaces. The lugs have flattened sides and a distinctive downward curve.  The main body of the dial has a silk matte finish while the outer minute track is highlighted by a secondary tone. The gold hour indexes are applied and riveted to the dial’s surface. Positioned at 6 o’clock is a finely engine-turned subsidiary seconds dial.

Specifications

[M] Omega calibre 28 manually wound movement, lever escapement, 17 jewels, bi-metallic compensation balance, 18,000 BPH
[D] two-tone silvered dial, applied faceted gold baton and dot hour indexes, outer minute track in secondary tone, engine-turned subsidiary seconds, feuille hands
[C] stainless steel circular case, polished chamfered bezel and down-turned lugs, satin finished case sides, snap-on satin finished case back, Omega winding crown
[S] case, dial, movement and crown signed

Measurements

33mm diameter excluding winding crown
41mm length including lugs
8mm depth to centre of crystal
17mm lug gauge/strap width

Accompaniments

One Year guarantee – serviced by an Omega approved service centre
Black Bough certificate, box and polishing cloth

£1350.00 [sold]