Today I am offering my late 60's Omega Geneve Dynamic. Based on research, and the movement being Calibre number: 552, among other things, I believe this watch to be from one of the first production runs of the Omega Geneve Dynamics. All original and in excellent condition. One of the best original examples of the Dynamic that I've ever seen. Many that you see online for sale are either in terrible shape or have been refurbished. I purchased this watch form an online estate sale in California years ago. It has been stored in my safe and never worn outside of the house.
The watch is in excellent condition for being over 40 years old. The face and hands are all original and do show some patina, as expected. It still has some lume left but it's faint. The case has never been polished. It still has it's original deep grained sunburst finish. The caseback has the original linear grain finish and stamped at 6 o'clock with "Tool 107" and "Waterproof". The "Crystal" has a few light scratches but are not noticeable to the naked eye.
The watch is powered by Omega's Calibre 552 24 jewel automatic movement. The movement runs strong and starts ticking almost immediately upon handling the watch.
Included is the ORIGINAL, authentic, Corfam (Artificial leather) strap. There are NO creases in the original strap, as it has never been worn! I believe this in itself is a RARE piece, especially in it's condition! The watch is currently mounted on an aftermarket strap, which I purchased in order to preserve the original.
Also included is an ORIGINAL bracelet. The bracelet shows some age, such as dings here and there, but I believe this gives it character. Personally, I don't want to wear a 40+ year old watch with a bracelet that looks brand new. As it stands, I believe the bracelet will fit about a 7 1/2"-7 3/4" wrist. I will include 1 extra link. It seems to have been polished at some point in it's life. For full disclosure, I wanted to mention that it took a little work to remove the one link I removed. I believe the screws may be either somewhat stripped or have never been removed in over 40 years and may be "corroded", for lack of a better word. I'm confident you could remove a couple of the links if needed, with a little patience.
This is an awesome watch and I am a little reluctant to get rid of it. It would be a great addition to your watch collection!
If you are interested in more information, below is a great resource on the Omega Dynamic Watch.
http://www.mediafire.com/file/knazxmyqdzd/Omega Geneve Dynamic I .pdf
NOW $950 OBO
CONUS (includes PP fees and CONUS shipping via USPS). The sale includes the watch, original strap, original bracelet (all links), and aftermarket strap. I believe this watch should increase in value over the years! Own a piece of History!