Vintage Omega Geneve “Breguet Numerals” 135.041 1968


Simplicity is key when it comes to most Omega Genève models. With a broad range of interpretations of this concept Omega designed several special iterations of the Genève model line. The watch we are presenting today might be one of the most special Genèves’. The contrast in the use of white on black on the dial creates a feeling of calmth and class.

This stunning combination with a 35mm stainless steel case would fit perfectly on any occasion. Whether you`re attending a black tie event or going on a hike through the mountains, this wrist piece is a true everyday watch.

Made in 1968 this Omega Genève 135.041 houses the hand wound caliber 601 movement. With bright white Breguet numerals shining on the matte black dial combined with white hour and minute hands this watch is extremely easy to read, making this stunner also very practical. Together with a gorgeous Omega 1118 bracelet with 582 endlinks this watch is sporty yet classy at the same time. The condition of this piece is excellent. The watch has very minor scratches on the case and is unpolished, still having sharp edges on the lugs. The 1118 bracelet has a little bit of stretch but is still in good shape.

What we love:

  • Beautiful contrasting black and white dial
  • Rare Breguet numerals on the dial

What you should know:

  • Minor scratches on case
  • Little bit of stretch on bracelet


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Amazing black dial

With Breguet Numerals

Checked on all functions and works perfectly

vintage omega geneve 135041 breguet numerals black dial watch from 1968


Original stainless steel case


Original Omega signed acrylic crystal


Original Omega signed crown


Original Omega signed caliber 601 manual movement

vintage omega geneve 135041 breguet numerals black dial watch from 1968

OMEGA Geneve

Omega started applying “Genève” to the dials of the dressy 30mm watches they produced in 1953. This was in honour of their 30mm calibre that set records at the Geneva Observatory. In 1967 the name began to be applied to models throughout Omega’s range, such as the Omega Dynamic, that were produced in larger volumes.

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Factory Original

Case Material

Stainless Steel

Movement Type


Case Diameter

35 mm

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