One of the finest selections of vintage and contemporary watches we were able to put together. We tried to do our best to offer you extremely rare and well preserved collectable pieces of the best manufactures.
Session I: Saturday 22 October, 2:30 PM – lots 1 to 104
Session II: Sunday 23 October, 10:30 AM – lots 105 to 179
Session III: Sunday 23 October, 2:30 PM – lots 180 to 271
38 Omega Beautiful and Historically Important, Seamaster 300 in Steel, With Bakelite Bezel, Reference 14755-2
Estimate: € 13,000 – 25,000
Sold € 18,200
Model: Seamaster 300
Case Material: Stainless Steel
Bracelet Material: Leather Strap
Case N°: 16292909
Movement N°: 16292909
Dimensions: 41 mm
Signed: Dial, Case and Movement
The Omega Automatic Seamaster 300 was “specially designed for professional and amateur divers”. Although originally guaranteed waterproof to a depth of 200 meters, the model was named “Seamaster 300” instead of “Speedmaster 200” because its performance was far beyond the capacities of the testing devices of the time. This outstanding result was essentially due to the high-resistance of the crystal and the “Naiad” crown. This very 14755-2 has a three-body case with down-turned massive lugs with strong proportions, a revolving steel and black untouched bezel and the classic screw-down back engraved with the Seamaster logo. The mat black dial is immaculate with large luminous painted dagger indexes, triangular markers that gained a supercool orange color that somehow recalls the strap while the inner painted Arabic numerals for the quarters are white clean. Complete the watch steel arrow hands with luminous material.