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Omega Speedmaster automatic chronograph gentlemans' wristwatch manufactured in 1991, in great original condition. It is a three register chronograph watch with an 18K gold bezel and housing the cal. 1140 46 jewel movement. This model is colloquially called the Omega Speedmaster Reduced, so called because the case is smaller than the Speedmaster Professional watch available at the time; 39 mm compared with 42 mm. This watch presents very well, runs strongly and keeps time with all chronograph functions working correctly. The watch is signed four times, on the dial, case, movement, crystal and crown.
Dial: factory original in great condition, finished in black with three gold coloured registers and signed "Omega Speedmaster Automatic Swiss Made". The hands are in good shape and the original signed crystal is clean and clear.
Case: 18K gold bezel with a stainless steel body, in very good condition, measuring approximately 39 mm across, excluding the signed crown (showing wear)and 45 mm from lug to lug. It is signed Omega on the inside of the cover and bears the Seamonster emblem on the outside, together with a serial number dating the watch to 1991. The case shows the inevitable signs of use over the years but absolutely no signs of abuse, dents or scratches of any significance that I could see to point out to you.
Movement: cal. 1140 46 jewel Omega automatic movement, running strongly and keeping time with the chronograph functions working correctly. The cal. 1140 is often called a "piiggy back" mechanism because it used the the thin time-only ETA 2890-2 movement with a chronograph module, the DD2020 from Dubois Depraz added to it.
Strap: fitted with an unused generic IW Suisse black leather strap which attached to the watch the strap measures approximately 218 mm from buckle tip to last hole.