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Omega Seamaster Bumper Calibre 342 (28.10T1 RA PC)

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Wir sprechen Deutsch / We speak English / Nous parlons français / ******************************************************************************************* FRANÇAIS: Un joli garde temps de la marque Omega, type Seamaster.Boitier, cadran et mouvement; sont tous originaux. La montre est animée par le calibre 342 avec 17 rubis, et seconde independente. Elle est montée sur un bracelet cuir noir, mais pas original. ENGLISH: A stunning vintage Omega Seamaster with bumper movement. It is animated by the caliber 342 with 17 jewels. All of the case, the movement, and the dial are original. The watch has apart from the hour and minute an independent second. It comes in a non original black lether bracelet. DEUTSCH: Eine attraktive Omega Seamaster vintage Uhr mit einem Hammer Werk, Kaliber 342 and 17 jewels. Das Zifferblat, das Gehäuse, und das Werk sind alle original. Die Uhr kommt in einem schwarzes Leder Band aber kein original. ******************************************************************************************** Technical Features:* Omega 342 Features automatic (bumper) sub second Data Dm= 28.1mm H= 4.8mm 17 jewels f = 19800 A/h power reserve 42h Remarks 1949-1952 family 28.10, 30.10 (330...355): 1943-1955, >1300000 (incl. >500000 chronometers) 1949 renamed 28.10RA T1 to 342 redesign of the 340 Example, year: signature; shock device 1950: 12326879, Omega Watch Co. Swiss, 17 Jewels; Incabloc ##### FROM RANFFT.DE ************************************************************************************ History of Omega Watch Co The History of a Successful Company Omega was founded by Louis Brandt at La Chaux – de – Fonds, Switzerland in 1848 as a assembly workshop. In 1879, after his death, his two sons Louis Paul and César started the in-house manufacturing so they started having total production control. One year later, Omega moved into a small factory that became a huge one when 12 months later they bought the entire building. In 1903, they both died leaving the company in 24 years old, Paul Emile Brandt’s hands. Because of the crisis that the Second World War left, he had to work really hard in order to face the economic difficulties. He merged Omega with Tissot calling the new company SSIH. The SSIH group continued to grow and multiply under his leadership and, by the seventies, it had become Switzerland’s number one producer of finished watches and number three in the world. In 1985, the holding company was taken over by a group of private investors under Nicolas Hayek leadership. It was immediately renamed SMH (Société suisse de Microélectronique et d'Horlogerie). SMH had a rapid growth and success becoming today's top watch producer in the world. Named Swatch Group in 1998, it now includes Blancpain and Breguet.


















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