1970 Omega Constellation (Ref. 168.029)
While today the Constellation line is overshadowed by Omega's Speedmaster and Seamaster models, the striking Omega Constellation family was once the flagship in the Omega collection.
Dating back to 1952, the Omega Constellation has been regarded as one of the most luxurious and precise watch collections offered by the brand. Add to that the fact that they have always been chronometer rated, and you have a watch that is not only stunning in nearly any setting but also incredibly accurate.
This ref 168.029 is an especially beautiful piece to come out of the lineup, with its Gerald Genta-designed C-shaped case, white gold fluted bezel, linen dial, and workhorse 751 movement. It would be an excellent classic piece to add to any collection.
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The stainless steel “C”-shaped case is believed to remain unpolished and is in fantastic vintage condition with honest signs of use. It retains its original Omega-signed crown. The screw-down case back is clean, showing appropriate signs of use for its age. The fluted bezel is made of white gold. The watch will be supplied on its original Omega brick-style bracelet with 18-signed end pieces retains 22 links that show light stretch and will fit up to a 7 1/2 inch wrist.
The silver linen dial lends a beautiful texture and depth in different lighting conditions. The tritium lume plots have aged to a dark patina and show light degradation throughout when inspected under U.V. light. The original tritium hands have aged to a creamy patina and show no degradation under U.V. light inspection
None. The watch is keeping time, previous service history is unknown.