There are few of these watches out there. The original 34mm gold-filled, Omega case with stainless steel screw back and original Omega winding crown is quite clean overall. The original and raised, ribbed Explorer-style silver dial with gold-toned markers and Dauphine-style hands is a prime example with only tiny marks near the hand post that are barely visible with the naked eye. The high-quality, caliber 501 gilt Omega automatic winding movement was just cleaned and is keeping accurate time. It is interesting that this watch has a 16 million serial number on the movement dating the watch to 1958. It seems these watches were only produced for about a year or two, as we have only found them dating to 1957-1958. These Globemasters are becoming very hard to find.