This is a very early Omega Seamaster dating to 1950, with its introduction being in 1948. This watch has the rare and early sub-seconds register. This dial was very nicely restored and retains the original arrow steel markers and Dauphine hands. The expensive Omega hesalite crystal is present along with the Omega signed winding crown. This stainless steel case measures 34.3mm and has a screw-back case. This case (all-around) is rather clean and without any flaws worth noting. The early and reliable caliber 342 bumper automatic winding movement is running very accurately after a recent cleaning. Finding early Omega Seamasters is becoming much more difficult these days.