Here is an early caliber 354, bumper automatic, chronometer-grade Omega Constellation with the original silver dial having very desirable raised gold-toned kite markers and Dauphine hands. This watch dates to 1954, just two years after the introduction of the Constellation. The two-tone stainless steel and gold-capped case measures 35mm and displays as clean shape as one will find. The solid-gold Constellation emblem on the rear is still clear and its definition is not worn away. The Omega winding crown was replaced at some time with a signed Omega crown. This watch also retains an original Omega hesalite crystal. The legendary and rugged caliber 354 movement was recently cleaned, overhauled, and is accurate. It is uncommon to find these watches with original dials. Even with aging, these original dials are demanding high prices as too many people are refinishing them.