Omega Seamaster 30 Steel 1963

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About this watch

This Omega Seamaster 30, built in 1963, is a manual wind watch in glorious condition and keeps excellent time. The undecorated dial is original and bears a stamp. It delivers classic appeal with the time-only display, straight baton markers and featuring a separate small second hand . The circular stainless steel case measuring 36mm in diameter holds the calibre 269 movement and carries the distinct Seamaster hippocampus logo on the reverse.

We have fully serviced and regulated the movement, given the outside a gentle polish and fitted a new lizard skin strap.

A little history:
The Omega Seamaster was introduced in 1948. The first Omega Seamaster 30 became available in 1962. The “30” in the model name refers to the size of the movement. The popularity of Omega’s 30mm hand-wound movements exceeded expectations and they were produced in large quantities in the mid twentieth century, ending with Calibre 269.

In the same year that this watch was made:
Valentina Vladimirovna Tereshkova became the first woman in space; Jim Clark of Britain won the French Grand Prix; The second James Bond film, From Russia With Love, starring Sean Connery was released in cinemas.

Technical details


Omega Seamaster 30






Mechanical: Hand-winding

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Original, Stamped





Additional Information

The Photos Shown Are From The Actual Watch For Sale. The watch is working well.