Vintage Omega Constellation “Japan dial” 168.0056 1971


The Omega Constellation is a luxury watch from the Swiss brand Omega. The first model was released in 1952 and featured the iconic observatory emblem on the case back. The particular model we are offering today is the Omega Constellation 168.0056 from 1971!

This beautiful watch features a stainless steel case with a diameter of 35mm and is powered by a caliber 1011 automatic movement. The 35mm case has a special type of case called ¨C-shape¨ which was designed to hug the wrist seamlessly, creating a perfect fitting watch.

This watch is distinguished by its applied logo and letters at the bottom of the dial, as well as a white dial with intact aged lume plots and pencil hands with creamy lume inside. This vintage classic exemplifies timeless craftsmanship and precision engineering that has become synonymous with the Omega brand over the decades. This incredible Constellation is in excellent condition and is ready to be worn and loved!

What we love:

  • Gorgeous C-shape case
  • Dial configuration only for the Japanese market
  • Beautifully aged lume
  • Comes on a brand new high quality Molequin strap

What you should know:

  • Crystal has been replaced


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Japan Dial

C-shape case

Checked on all functions and works perfectly

Omega constellation 168.0056 watch japan dial


Stainless steel case-back with Observatory logo


Replaced mineral crystal


Original Omega signed crown


Original Omega signed caliber 1011 automatic chronometer movement with date function

Omega constellation 168.0056 watch japan dial

OMEGA Constellation

First appearing in 1952, the Constellation was designed to be Omega’s main watch. This was the brand’s first mass-produced chronometer grade wristwatch and the brainchild of designer René Bannwart. The Constellation was originally called the ‘Globemaster’ in the USA, though it was dropped in 1956 as Douglas Aircraft, manufacturers of the huge transport planes of the same name, held the trademark on the name.

Additional information




Factory Original

Case Material

Stainless Steel

Movement Type


Case Diameter

35 mm

Dial Color



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