Omega Speedmaster 125 Automatic Chronograph | Omega Certificate

Another great Omega Speedmaster 125 Automatic Chronograph, case ref. ST 378.0802 from 1975 is in amazing condition. No dings and deep scrtches on the case – I would rate it unpolished, maybe has been a bit refreshed in the past. This special edition was made to commemorate the 125th Anniversary of the foundation the Louis Brandt’s “Comptoir” in 1848. Limited to 2000 pieces. Automatic movement 1041 with 30-minute and 12-hour recorders, date and 24-hour indication – movement number 36.XXX.XXX. Steel bracelet has 17 links with virtually no stretch. Overall weight 192 gram. Tritium dial and hands are perfect with no damage visible. Movement is running strong with no indication for a service, amplitude is above 300 degrees. Watch was first sold to Germany 1973. Watch is delivered with Omega certificate, dated Feb. 11, 2008. Just an explanation and to clearify , if you want to obtain an Omega certificate to replace missing or lost original papers, a watch has to be physically sent to Omega who will certify the authenticity after a intensive check of all parts. Getting an archive extract is by far cheaper and Omega is good as long as you’re sending them a couple of pictures of case, movement, dial and caseback. It is always good to have an archive extract to obtain some history of a Omega watch and kind of proof of authenticity, but I would rate the certificate, as good as the original papers, especially on a Vintage watch, that is almost 40 years old on date of certificate.

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