Vintage Omega Genève 136.0102 ´Breguet numerals´ from 1972
The first time Omega launched the Genève line was in the early 1950s with the reference 2903-1. These first Genève watches were liked by many and were a less expensive alternative to the Seamaster and constellation line. By the 1970s 60% of Omega´s production was in fact the Genève line, marking their importance in Omega´s history. Presented here is one of these 1970s iterations, The 136.0102 ´Breguet numerals´ from 1972!
This beautiful Omega Genève runs on the manual wound 1030 movement with date function. Within its 36mm stainless steel case sits a silver dial with a brushed finish. The dial features black Breguet numerals, the Omega logo and of course the ´Genève´ text. The hands on this watch are made from blued steel and are called ´leaf hands´. On the back side is the screwdown caseback and this watch also has an original Omega signed crown. The condition of this watch is excellent, with some scratches on the case and a flawless dial.
What we love:
- Amazing silver dial with brushed finish
- Rare Breguet numerals on the dial
- No lume on both the hands and dial
What you should know:
- Watch comes without box and papers
- Watch has some minor scratches on the case