This is a very rare Omega Constellation dating to 1974. Most would say that the pie-pan dial never existed in the 1970s, but it did! You can do your internet research and discover this model ref. 168.0065 with caliber 1011 chronometer-grade movement exists and only a few examples have been discovered around the world. We just had the movement cleaned and it is accurate. To make it more interesting, the original owner I purchased this from was from Japan and purchased the watch new there in 1974 and kept it in a safe for decades. The original band was dried out, but I have saved and included the original steel Omega buckle, which was sold with the watch. 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. Again, this is a one-of-a-kind model. The crown is completely original and correct to the watch as is documented on the internet with other examples discovered. The case on this watch has sharp edges and has never been polished.