I have never seen this interesting dial on an Omega Seamaster in 30 years in the vintage watch world. This dial makes sense, because it is an early Omega (dating to 1960) and incorporates the first De-Ville-style case (with original crown) and has kite markers. This is normally only seen on the 1950s Constellation watches, but this is a Seamaster. The polished Dauphine hands are original as well. The caliber 562 movement was just cleaned and is accurate. The 34mm case has an all-dial appearance with a very narrow bezel. The dial is stunningly clean, having polished kite steel markers and quadrant lines with raised steel Omega symbol.