Vintage Omega Constellation Automatic Chronometer Officially Certified watch

Vintage Omega Constellation Automatic Chronometer Officially Certified Watch. Looks Original Gold Case Dial to me. 36 to 38 mm radius. Clasp material looks Yellow gold Very rare to find. Awesome looking. Working Completely fine. Original Black calf Leather Strap with Omega name. Official Symbol on back dial. Looks to me 1940-60 Vintage Omega Constellation Chronometer dress watch. Good Condition.


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December 20, 2023
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Hello Sandeep Agrawal, Thank you for submitting your Omega Constellation for appraisal to mearto .com. I shall try to help you with that today. TITLE: Gent’s, water-resistant, self-winding, center-seconds, tonneau shaped, 18K yellow gold chronometer wristwatch with date and a gold-plated Omega buckle, "Automatic, Chronometer Officially Certified, Constellation" model, Ref. 168.009/168.017, case and movement numbers not known, made by Omega, Geneva, Switzerland, circa late 1960s. DESCRIPTION: Case: 36mm diameter, two leaf, polished and brushed 18k gold, fluted bezel, (6 screw) screwed-down case back with embossed Constellation logo, leather strap with gold tang buckle with Omega logo. Dial: Champagne gold colored dial with applied yellow gold and black baton hour indices, open bar outer minute divisions, aperture for the date @3 with steel baton hands and center seconds pointer, and the dial signed Omega, Automatic Chronometer, Officially Certified, Constellation, with star, Swiss Made”. Movement: NOT SHOWN, but likely the Omega Cal. 564, copper-colored, 24 jewels, straight-line lever escapement, mono-metallic balance adjusted to temperatures and 5 positions, shock absorber, self-compensating flat balance spring, micrometer regulator. Dial, case and movement triple signed. Condition: Case – Good with moderate surface scratches front and back. Appraised as being an 18k gold case. Dial – Very good with some wear to the batons. Movement – Not shown but considered original, genuine and functional. {I have valued this watch as being solid gold, however, Omega did make a watch in 1968, the Ref. CD 168.017, a 36mm diameter case, which was 14k gold plate stainless steel, and if this is what your watch case is made of the value would drop to the $600 range}} COMPARABLES: ~ (SOLD IN 2016 FOR $1313) ~ (sold in 2018 for $1071) ~ (sold in 2019 for $822) ~ (SOLD FOR $660 IN GOLD PLATED CASE) Therefore, in today marketplace I believe your example of this solid gold omega Constellation would bring in the range of $900-$1200. This is the fair Market value of this watch, not the grey market value, not the retail value (higher of course) but just the value if a non-dealer sold the watch to a friend. I hope this has been of some help to you. My best, David