The DeVille line was born in 1960. In october 1960, the DeVille only existed in advertisements and catalogues; here the name DeVille created a distinction between monocouqe models and the other Seamaster models, albeit that this DeVille line only featured the Seamaster name on its dials. In 1963, the name Seamaster DeVille appeared on watch dials. This was at the request of Norman Morris, Omegas general agent in the United States, who liked the DeVille´s combination of features and had adopted it as a sales leader. But, the combination of “Seamaster” and “DeVille” didn't last long on the dial. In 1967 only DeVille was left, hence the configuration with "Seamaster DeVille" became interesting for collectors and connoisseurs.
Object nr: 109
Movement: Automatic Cal. 711
Material: 18ct solid gold
Original crown: Yes
Dimensions: 33 mm exkl crown
Strap/Bracelet: Black leather strap
Lug Width: 18mm
Box/Papers: Yes, a well preserved red original box
An amazing vintage watch in a beautiful condition! The dial is an uncommon DeVille dial with another typing and letters. The dial is flawless The solid 18ct gold case is in a very good condition without any scars or deep scratches - there is some small signs of use but nothing remarkable. The original crown is like new and so is the crystal (the crystal is original Omega with stamped logo in centre).
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