Omega CK2913-6 Vintage Seamaster 300 2913 - 6 LOLIPOP (24211)

24211 Omega Seamaster 300 CK2913-6, CK 2913 6, CK 2913 6, stainless steel case on a shell cordovan strap, automatic movement Omega Caliber 501, tip, very first Seamaster 300 -- part of the "Holy Trinity" of Omega sports watches, iconic centered sweep second hand with "lolipop", black dial with deep patina that is consistent through out the dial and on the broad arrow hands, very rare lollipop second hands which show up only on the late 2913 series, bi-directional rotating bezel has been restored by Aldo in italy, omega logo in the crystal 16 mil movement number (circa 1958), diameter: 39mm, Thickness: 14.5mm, Excellent Condition with European Watch Company Pouch and 6 Month Warranty. The watch has been in the safe for the past 20+ years.


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This is a vintage c. 1958 stainless steel Omega Seamaster 300 CK2913-6. It has a shell cordovan strap with a tang buckle, and an acrylic crystal. There is a solid screw-down case back engraved with the Seamaster logo; inside the back are the Omega hallmarks and reference number. The 39mm diameter three-body solid case contains integral lapidated lugs, and revolving graduated bezel with luminous Arabic numeral decompression times. The original dial is black with aged radium triangular hour markers, Arabic numerals at the quarter hours, a minute/second scale, luminous matching aged "broad arrow" hands, and a rare lollipop centered sweep second hand. It's water resistant to 300 meters/1000 feet. The 14.5mm thick case, dial, and movement are all signed.

This Omega Seamaster 300 CK2913-6 has a mechanical automatic self-winding Omega caliber 501 movement that's copper-colored. It's constructed with 24 jewels, a straight-line lever escapement, and a shock absorber device. It includes a monometallic balance, a self-compensating flat balance-spring, and a micrometer regulator.

This Omega Seamaster 300 Ck293-6 was introduced in 1957, and was the 1st iteration of the 300 line.