A British Army military Omega watch could sell for £20,000 at our auction this month.
The watch was in a batch delivered to the British Royal Navy and the Army between 1967 – 1971. Its case back is engraved with the British Broad Arrow.
The Military Omega
Featuring asin our Luxury Watch Sale, the Omega has an estimate of £10,000 – £15,000. It is likely to fetch more including fees.
Reference 165.024, these historic watches were purpose-built for military divers.
The “W10” back engraving signifies military use. A stainless steel case with calibrated bezel complements the watch, which also sports luminous hour markers and quarterly Arabic numerals.
Its movement is still working and the watch is in a remarkable condition for its age.
Michael Jagiela, Senior Specialist from the Watch Department at Fellows, said: “The Omega is a highlight in our October Luxury Watch Sale. It would be no surprise to see this military watch fetch a high price at auction.
“In recent years collectors have been keen on rare military watches and this lot is no exception. The British Broad Arrow is stamped on its back which further adds to the intrigue of the watch and whoever buys this item will acquire a real treasure.”
, taking place on Monday 18th October, includes over 200 high-end watches.
It is the last Luxury Watch Sale at Fellows Auctioneers in 2021. Brands such as Rolex, Omega, and Tag Heuer feature heavily.
Fellows Auctioneers is offering free shipping on the purchase of items in the sale, subject to terms.
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