Even if you're here just looking with no intentions of making a purchase, you still gotta stop and take a moment to appreciate how special of a watch this really is. Here we have one of the most rare and historically significant Seamaster examples I've seen. It comes complete in solid 18k gold, with a 'chronometer rated' dial, unpolished, and on its original buckle. This is a reference 2577, known as one of the first references of the Seamasters ever produced. One of my favorite aspects is the blued steel seconds hand, as this is a beautiful touch only found on the earliest Seamasters.
Inside, the caliber 352 bumper movement is running strong, and with every movement of the wrist, you catch a bit of that bumper movement charm. It is chronometer rated, adjusted to 5 positions and temperature (typically these adjustments are reserved for higher-end offerings, like those from Patek and AP). This is truly one of the finest Seamasters available, and at the time it was the peak of Omega's offerings.
This watch was sourced from South America, where I suspect it's spent most of its life. There, the sunshine turned this dial slightly tropical, making it an even more attractive package. This aspect also confirms the complete originality of this watch (dude, even the crystal is original). A solid gold, tropical watch from South America isn't just cool or rare, it's badass.
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