Original dials in this condition are a rare find at a fair price, so whenever we get the chance to offer one such as this to our customers well jump at the opportunity. This silver dial is outfitted with yellow gilt batons which are doubled up at 6, 9 and 12 and all of which have a well-maintained brushed finish.At 3 is the watches day-date window, featuring English days of the week and the date in Arabic numerals. The dial carries a tidy minute track on its outer rim. The Omega logo and signature sit proud and clear below 12, with Automatic below, then Seamaster below that. The tritium lume on the hands has aged and no longer noticeably glows in the dark, nonetheless T Swiss Made T is signed at 6, referencing the original tritium lume on the hands. 752 is the final and most equipped model from Omegas 7-series movements, ending production in 1970. The most notable features are full-rotor automatic winding, day and quick-set date as well as incabloc shock protection, which all work splendidly since its recent service. This is a watch capable and suited to everyday use. The movement is inscribed Omega Watch Co, 24 Jewels. Also, the calibre number 752 and the movements serial number 29456696, which dates this watch to 1970, this movements final year of production. The case is stainless steel, plated yellow gold, which covers every surface visible when worn, this, of course, excludes the case-back. 37mm is a large case diameter for an early 70s watch, now, it seems a perfect fit for todays dress watch scene. The watch carries a large wrist presence at 11mm tall and to the untrained eye looks new, by way of its condition.
The case is heavy, with thick lugs and a smooth, slightly rounded form. The case-back is solid stainless steel with no gold plating. All are finished immaculately with no dents or scuffs, indicating that this watch has been excellently cared for throughout its life, this is also supported by the condition of the original dial. The crown is a gold plated service replacement that discretely fits the case in both proportion and aesthetic.
The rounded screw-down case-back has a smooth finished stainless-steel surface and is stamped with the famous Seamaster badge. The badge is in fantastic condition, remaining sharp and defined, showing very few signs of wear.
The rubber gaskets were replaced during the last service, however the waterproofing has not been tested and is therefore not guaranteed. The inside of the screw-down case-back is inscribed with the Omega Watch Co triangle, followed by Swiss Made, Stainless Steel and the model reference numbers CD 166 032 and CD 168 623. This watch is fitted with a brown leather strap and stainless steel buckle.Please do not hesitate to get in touch with a member of our team on any of our platforms with any questions. We are always happy to talk shop and negotiate a price that everyones comfortable with. The item "1970 Omega Seamaster Cal. 752 Day-Date Automatic, 37mm Gold Plated, Original Dial" is in sale since Tuesday, May 11, 2021. This item is in the category "Jewellery & Watches\Watches, Parts & Accessories\Watches\Wristwatches". The seller is "vintagewatchesuk" and is located in Manchester. This item can be shipped worldwide.