1968 Omega Seamaster De Ville Automatic (Ref. 165.037 SP)
The world of vintage Omega is vast. It's filled with interesting and unique references, in some ways unlike almost any other manufacturer.
The Omega De Ville was first introduced as a subcategory under the Seamaster name in the early '60s, until Omega saw the early success of the younger and dressier styles of the De Ville. In 1967, Omega made the De Ville a stand-alone product line within the Omega family and it remains today as one of the brand's most respected names for producing many unique designs.
The Omega Seamaster ref. 165.037 SP is a well-rounded and handsome wristwatch from Omega, and one that works perfectly as an everyday timepiece. The ref. 165.037 SP is powered by the respected cal. 550 movement, fitted into an elegant design that is subtle and well-balanced, featuring a 35.5mm case with long and broad lugs which increase the overall case size, and a classic dial layout that is both stylish and recognizable.
|Style||Seamaster De Ville Automatic|
|Bracelet||2pc Handmade Leather Strap|
The stainless steel case has been lightly polished with long, straight lugs that show light signs of use. The case retains its original Omega signed crown. The original Omega signed crystal shows minimal signs of use. The watch comes supplied on a 2pc handmade leather strap.
The simple silver sunburst dial gives this watch a much larger appearance than its case dimensions measure to and is in exceptional vintage condition, gracefully showing its age. The thin original hands complement the subtle elegance of this watch perfectly and remain in excellent condition.
None. The watch is keeping time, previous service history is unknown.