Case based on the Swiss invention patent No. 146 310, delivered on March 10, 1930, to Louis Alix, Geneva, for a “Boîtier étanche de montre-bracelet”. This invention was also patented in the following countries: France, under No. 710 316; Great Britain, under No. 365 356; Germany, under No. 567 213; U.S.A., under No. 1 907 700. This type of case was used after 1932 by Omega in its “Marine” model and this model too.
CONDITIONS AND INFORMATION FOR BUYERS
The purchase price payable by a buyer will be the sum of the final bid price plus
the buyer’s premium, together with any applicable sales or compensating use tax. In addition to the hammer price, the buyer’s premium is payable as follows:
25% of the hammer price on each lot.
Please look carefully at all the photos as they are an integral part of the description. Any defect not mentioned in the descriptions but visible on the photos will be considered as described and cannot lead to any claim.
The dimensions are given as an indication and may slightly differ from the measures mentioned by the manufacturers especially for contemporary watches. The photos are not retouched. Colors may differ from reality.
For timepieces, we guarantee neither the functioning nor the precision of the movement, nor the water-resistance of the case. In addition, please note that movements, parts of mechanisms or cases may be incomplete.
Important notice – Special conditions
The lots are sold “as is”, described to the best of our knowledge and cannot be returned. Once the online bid is placed by the bidder, it cannot be cancelled