An Omega Constellation Replica Watches with a black “sniper” dial is a very rare bird, but what if your host is a man called elvis Presley? This is exactly what you see, and this early constellation, starting in 1960, will attract a lot of attention because it will be sold in New York next week through the dealer’s sales in June.
Elvis was wearing this watch for many years, and then be passed on to his old friend, confidant, Charles hodge, he himself was a famous musician, who played with Presley, Roy Rogers, is also a member of the rock and roll hall of fame. The Fack Omega Replica Watch, which had been in the hodge family for many years, would be accompanied by a detailed letter from Mr. Hodge, which mentioned his relationship with the king, and his relationship with the king.
The rock’s history is estimated at $10,000 to $20,000, and more details can be found here.
At Geneva Watch Auction, OMEGA’s historically significant and unique prototype steel tourbillon finally sold for 1,428,500 Swiss francs and set an Omega replica watches after a 19-minute bid New world auction record.
Omega 1947 Tourbillon 30 I prototype tourbillon watch brand new auction record
Omega Tourbillon 30 I prototype tourbillon watch
Prototype Tourbillon This timepiece is still in good condition in the history of watch making history carries a significant meaning, the tourbillon escapement system using Guillaume (Guillaume) balance wheel, at the time for the tourbillon craft in the field of watches The application opened up a new road. The watch is the first prototype of a series of Omega Tourbillon watches in the late 1940s, but has not been public before this.
Watch with 37.5 mm stainless steel case, equipped with Omega “30 I” hand-wound movement, dial and clasp are decorated with Omega logo. The accompanying Omega Archive excerpts prove that the replica watches review was produced in 1947 and is the only Tourbillon 30 I wristwatch known to Omega since the year of manufacture.
In 1947, Omega produced 12 “30 I” tourbillon movements with a diameter of only 30 mm and participated in the Geneva Observatory, the Neuchatel Observatory and the Kew-Teddington Observatory ( Kew-Teddington Observatory) “watch” category of tests. Between 1947 and 1952, these 12 movements were involved in multiple wristwatch tests and even scored high on the 1950 Observatory “wristwatch” category test at Geneva.
Over the past few decades, this tourbillon watch has not been known. Its uniqueness is that it is not equipped with one of the 12 tourbillons that Omega produced that year, but a direct tourbillon built by the brand in 1947, which is not of importance to the history of the watchmaking and Omega brands The metaphor.
Today, Omega has developed the world’s only coaxial center tourbillon movement. The movement was born in Omega Swiss Tourbillon Tourbillon studio, by a large number of watchmakers combined research and development and hand-made, its exquisite craft amazing.