This is a very rare Omega Constellation dating to 1973. I do not use the word rare often. This one really is. Most would say that the pie-pan dial never existed in the 1970s, but it is true that it exists. You can do your internet research and discover that this model ref. 168.0065 with caliber 1011 chronometer-grade movement appears in only a few examples discovered around the world. The original Omega chronometer-grade movement (adjusted to five positions and temperatures) is running smoothly. The original pie-pan dial is slightly flatter and the original Dauphine hands are present. Notice the raised Omega wording located on the lower portion of the dial instead of the top – only seen on this rare version. The original dial looks amazing. The hesalite Omega crystal is present. This Omega crown is completely original and correct to the watch as is documented on the net with other examples discovered. The 34mm stainless steel case on this watch is shimmering. The Omega Museum recently posted this reference on their Omega website, as it had not appeared until recently. The flatter profile of the pie-pan dial with sharp edges really catches the light and looks amazing! No other pie-pan looks like this.