Photos from the Omega Museum’s Private Collection

A few months ago, the Omega boutique in New York City showcased some of the most legendary and iconic timepieces from the company’s private collection. One of the watches was the Omega Wristwatch which was delivered to the Signal Corps. of USA in 1917. Another is a World first, the Omega “Marine” watch, made in 1932. You’ll also see the Omega, “Centenary” of Leopold Godowsky, Jr., made in 1947. There’s also the Omega Non-Magnetic “Techron” Model “P-12” for the RCAF, made in 1944, that is definitely worth a look at!

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Photo Report: A Selection of the Omega Museum’s Private Collection