1940s Omega "Marine Standard" Black Two-tone

Manufacturer OMEGA
Model Marine second generation
Year of Manufacture 1939-44'
Reference no. ---
Product no. B-5727
This is a 1940's Omega "Marine Standard" Second Generation.

The very rare original black two-tone dial is in excellent condition. The Marine was a revolutionary model at the time as it was square and water proof, and it is a series that has left its mark on the history of Omega. The second model was a refreshing change from the first model's design, with a strong sense of the massive Art Deco form, making it even more practical. This design can also be seen in Jaeger-LeCoultre at the same time, and is a gem that is recognized for both function and design.
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Item details

Serial no. 9,901,***
Caliber T-17
Movement no. 9,248,***
Movement type Manual wind
Material Stybrite
Case size 38 X 23 mm
Case type Clip-on Water-resistant
Dial Original
Type of Indices Luminous
Belt non Original (17mm, between lugs)
Evaluation case 90%
Evaluation dial 95%
Evaluation mov 93%
Condition 4.5
Rarity 4.5

Other details

Case: There are some past finishes. It retains a very clean shape and heft.
Dial: The luminous indexes are tinted and discolored, and the surface of the dial is very well preserved with very few scratches or stains of concern.
Movement: Winding is good and accuracy is within 20 seconds per day.