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A SET OF TWO LIMITED EDITION PINK GOLD AND YELLOW GOLD CENTRE SECONDS WRISTWATCHES REF 2850SC MADE TO COMMEMORATE MELBOURNE OLYMPICS 1956 SEAMASTER XVI CIRCA 1956
• the first: cal. 471, automatic lever movement, 18 jewels •silvered satin-finished dial with applied dagger indexes, inner minute/second divisions, centre seconds • 18k pink gold case, faceted lugs, snap-on back engraved with Melbourne Olympics logo • case, dial and movement signed • with an 18k pink gold Omega buckle

• the second: cal. 471, automatic lever movement, 18 jewels •silvered matte dial with applied dagger indexes, inner minute/second divisions, centre seconds • 18k yellow gold case, faceted lugs, snap-on back engraved with Melbourne Olympics logo • case, dial and movement signed • with an 18k yellow gold Omega buckle


diameter 34 mm
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Accompanied by an Omega presentation case bearing the Olympic Cross of Merit. 

Catalogue Note

In 1932, Omega was for the very first time official timekeeper for the Olympic Games in Los Angeles, USA.

During the 1952 Olympic summer games in Helsinki, Finland, Omega was awarded with the Olympic Cross of Merit “for outstanding service to the world of sports.”

Omega produced this Seamaster “XVI” for the 25th Anniversary as official timekeeper of the Olympic Games, which coincided with the 16th summer games in Melbourne, Australia 1956.

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