Omega. A rare stainless steel manual wind single button chronograph wristwatch with hacking seconds made for the Canadian Military Movement No.1473010, Case Numbers HA-62-1361 6W/16, Issued in 1962
Lot 168
Omega. A rare stainless steel manual wind single button chronograph wristwatch with hacking seconds made for the Canadian Military Movement No.1473010, Case Numbers HA-62-1361 6W/16, Issued in 1962
Sold for £5,250 (US$ 8,782) inc. premium
Lot Details
Omega. A rare stainless steel manual wind single button chronograph wristwatch with hacking seconds made for the Canadian Military
Movement No.1473010, Case Numbers HA-62-1361 6W/16, Issued in 1962
17-jewel Cal.2221 manual wind Lemania 15CHT chronograph movement jewelled to the centre and signed Omega Watch Co. on the bridge, monometallic balance with shock absorption, silvered dial with black Arabic hourly numerals and luminous 12 and 6, printed five minute divisions and hourly dots, luminous filled hands and steel chronograph hand, engine turned subsidiary dials for running seconds and 30 minute recording, polished round steel case with the screw back engraved with military numbers HA-62-1361 6W/16 and 34/62 inside, round single chronograph button in the band, fitted leather strap, case, dial and movement signed
38mm.

Footnotes

  • This lot with the Omega Calibre 2221 movement, has the hack feature, whereby the movement is stopped when crown is pulled out to allow for precision setting required for military use. The Omega single button chronograph movement shares much of its design and reputation with the Lemania movement used in the Royal Air Force (RAF) Chronographs.
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