This 1973 Omega Seamaster chronometer is an uncommon watch. These watches were produced in much smaller numbers than the regular Seamasters or the Constellations. The chronometer-grade 23-jewel (adjusted to five positions) caliber 1011 automatic winding movement was just cleaned and is accurate. This watch exudes class and sophistication. Look at the pristine original dial with Dauphine hands and steel markers! The correct Omega-signed crystal and winding crown are present, as is the raised-logo sea monster screw-down case back. The movement was just cleaned and it is accurate. The original beads-of-rice stainless steel ref. 1036 bracelet looks stellar on the wrist and will fit up to a 7.5″ wrist. These bracelets alone sell easily for $400. The full-sized 35mm case is larger than a Rolex Air-King from the same era and I would say better-looking.