Omega De Ville 161.021 18K Solid Gold | 1964


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Pre-owned, excellent condition Omega watch from 1964 with reference 161.021. Contains a reliable Automatic movement. All of our watches come with our trouble-free 12 months warranty, general terms & conditions apply.

The Seamaster De Ville featured a more refined design aimed to attract the golden youth of the sixties, especially on the American market. Apart from its refined design, the main characteristic introduced by the Seamaster de Ville was the presence of a ‘unishell’ case design that opens from the front, with a case made of only three parts (the main case, the crystal and the bezel) to enforce water resistance. The Seamaster de Ville was advertised as waterproof to 200 feet.

Price-wise, the Omega Seamaster de Ville was a bit more expensive than a regular Seamaster, sitting somewhere between the Seamaster and the Constellation in period catalogues.


Brand: Omega
Model: Constellation
Reference: 161.021
Serial: 21009606 (of movement)
Case width, without crown in mm: 29
Lug-Lug: 36
Bracelet length, suitable for wrist in cm: 19

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Condition report:

Plexi Crystal: Excellent (Slightly polished, original)
Dial: Very good (Slight patina visible)
Hands: Very good (Slight patina visible)
Case: Excellent (18K gold case, super sharp & unpolished)
Bracelet: Very good (Original omega strap & plated buckle)
Accuracy: Very good (Cal. 711. No service history, but checked for functionality and timekeeping well)
Additional: 1964 year approximation based off serial number. Watch is in excellent sharp condition for age and is an excellent opportunity to own a vintage Omega with the opportunity of investing in gold at the same time. This watch has approximately 11 grams of 18K gold in it. Because of the square face, it is also known as a ‘Doctor’s watch’. Fabulous and classy watch and really flat.

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