Gents’ gold-plated Omega Geneve, 162.0042. Automatic movement calibre 1481. No box or papers, early 1970’s.
Omega created the Geneve range in early 1950’s to honour Omega’s workshops in Geneva where their best horologists were working. During this time Omega played to their strengths by creating a classic presentation watch, of high quality and mechanical functionality. The Geneve range was a popular collection that was discontinued in 1979, this particular model was manufactured in the early 1970’s.
Gents, automatic Geneve has a 32mm square gold plated case with an understated silvered dial, and batons. There is a date window at 3, and the watch has been fitted on a new black leather strap with its original Omega pin buckle. It comes with an Omega service pouch and has been serviced.