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Offered here a RARE vintage Omega Dynamic in solid 18K gold case and bracelet.
The watch is in a beautiful cosmetic condition and good working condition.
All original Omega manufacture.
The case is of one piece construction with the access to the movement after the removal of the crystal with a special tool.
The ring on the back cover is used to attach the band to the case.
You can also obtain especially made leather straps to fit this case.
The movement is an Omega automatic cal. 565 with 24 jewels.
A model like this one sold for $19,000 at the Antiquorum auction in 2007.
Described in their auction as follows:
"Omega, "Automatic", Genève, "Dynamic", Ref. BA 166.0039. Sold on June 26th, 1974. Very fine and extremely rare, oval, center seconds, self-winding, water-resistant, 18K yellow gold gentleman's wristwatch with date and an 18K yellow gold Omega link bracelet and clasp"
I have followed a few of these models offered for sale in the following years.
I doubt you will find one in a better condition that this one offered for less!!
Here is some more information from another website - timeline.watch
"Created for the Prix de Ville de Geneve in 1965, the Omega Dynamic was first released to the public in 1967.
It was conceived by Robert Foster and designed by Raymond Thevanaz. They visualized a watch which could give the idea of modernity and personality to the wearer. This idea was later used by Nicolas Hayek when conceiving the Swatch.
The Dynamic is a cool watch, its distinctive design born of the free-living spirit of the late 60s and early 70s and was all computer designed, super modern for its time.
The case had an elliptical shape which matched perfectly with the anatomy of the wrist, it had an ergonomic dial with concentric time zones, this detail made it easier to read the hours even with hands with contrasting colors.
To avoid breaking the aerodynamics lines, the crown was chased into the body. In addition, the crown and the crystal were hermetically sealed so the watch could be water-resistant.
The watch was available in 24 color combinations on the dial when first released. The hour and minute hands are usually white.
At the beginning of the 70s, the latter gentleman’s model was offered to all male employees having worked at Omega for at least one year. Female employees had a funding supplement, which they could use toward any model of their choice, the majority chose the Dynamic."
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