Year of manufacture/move: 1970s
Rare and hard to find in this condition, Omega's self-winding watch "Seamaster Chronograph Ref.176.007". It's in very good vintage condition with no issues to note, please look at the pictures for visual description.The plating is still showing very strong unpolished and looks great. vintage chronograph collection equipped with Omega's first self-winding chronograph movement Cal. Although it is a discontinued model, it is a hidden masterpiece that's highly collectible.
This product is a model that uses a GP case, which is rare in the second-hand market. The dial is a yellow gold color with a satin finish. A unique multi-functional design with a tachymeter scale on the outer circumference and a practical date display and coaxial chronograph at the 3 o'clock position. The gold-plated case has a solid cushion form unique to the era. The back cover is an SS screw back with a seahorse relief. The band is new aftermarket.
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Accessories: Omega case.
The lug width is 22mm. The case diameter is about 38mm (excluding the crown), the length (from lug to lug) is about 42mm, and the thickness is about 15mm (including the windshield).