Here is a very well preserved 1940's Omega WW2 era vintage Omega watch.  This is a Swedish Omega Officer watch that was given to the Swedish officer during the second world war.  It is a perfect timepiece for someone who is a WW2 fanatic or someone who has a smaller size wrist.  The very attractive salmon/copper tone Arabic numeral dial still retain its factory original finish.  The original set of syringe hands are nicely aged.   The case has a measurement of 30.7mm across excluding the crown by 38mm from lug tip to lug tip.  The original unpolished signed case is made of solid stainless.  Case model number is CK 2299.  Retain its original metal case gasket. crystal is brand new.  The professionally serviced 15 jewels manual wind movement is running strong and accurate.  Movement caliber is an Omega 26.5 and has serial number 9750465 which date this watch to 1942.  The watch will come complete with a 16mm new old stock vintage bonklip bracelet.  Wrist size in photo is 6 inches.


  • Circa: 1942

    Model: Officer

    Caliber: 26.5

    Movement serial #: 9750465

    Jewel count: 15 jewels

    Movement type: Manual wind

    Case model: CK 2299

    Case material: Solid stainless steel 

    Case gasket: Flat-Ring metal gasket 

    Crystal: Acyrlic crystal

    Crown: Unsigned (original to the watch)

    Case Diameter excluding crown: 30.7mm

    Case lenght lug tip to lug tip: 38mm

    Dial: Factory original finish

    Hand type: Syringe (original)

    Strap material: metal bracelet

    Strap width inbetween lugs: 16mm

    Wrist size in photo: 6 inches