When it comes to vintage Omega, this is easily one of the most impressive. A no lume linen dial is not only as rare as it is stunning, but also extremely coveted. The dial is housed in an absolutely razor sharp case, adorned by its intact gold medallion on the caseback.
The caliber inside this piece is the automatic winding 501. An interesting feature of this exact omega is its blue seconds hand. While unique and beautiful, we are unsure of its origin.
Other omegas in the same reference feature a non-blued hand. However, early Omega chronometers featured blued hands (like the 2520 in our inventory). With this example being a very early production, we are a little confused, however, with its original crystal - this piece is still a proudly original specimen.
An Omega Connie from the brand's 'golden era' is unbeatable, especially as they become increasingly rare in the vintage market. While we love the flash of gold, a chronometer in steel is hard to beat when it comes to practicality and versatility.
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