With it’s ray/greenish “tropical” dial, this Omega is rare. Has it been originally black, and is it just faded by light? We invite your opinion! The watch is very attractive, with the matching white Roman numerals and hands. The movement has some marks, but it runs very well. We have reason to believe that it has been recently serviced, so it is covered by our 12 months watchmakers guarantee. The well kept, stepped stainless steel case has a diameter of 34,5 mm. The serial number of the movement (14211743) and the caliber (266) puts the dating to ca 1954. We are not sure this is the original movement, though, because the dial and case reference number 2383 – 6 (175) indicates that it originates from the late forties. The movement might be a service replacement therefore. This watch comes with an original Omega strap and a vintage Omega buckle. This is a nice opportunity to get an early “Seamaster” that is very unlike what else is to be found out there!