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Omega Automatic Ref. FX6262


Vintage Omega 33mm Automatic, Silver Dial, Brown Leather Strap, Ref. FX6262

Discover Omega’s Automatic FX6262, a stunning vintage watch from 1959 that embodies timeless elegance and sophistication. This exquisite timepiece boasts a classic silver dial with a small seconds complication, providing both form and function. Featured on the dial is the name of a now defunct car dealership in Portland Oregon, “Lyman Slack Motors,” – a proud representation of the watch’s history and heritage. The back of the case features a heartfelt message to Henry Kagawa, “In appreciation of 10 years of service 1959,” making this a truly unique and sentimental timepiece. Powering the Automatic FX6262 is a manual wind 490 caliber movement, ensuring precise and reliable timekeeping. The watch also features an acrylic crystal, which adds to its vintage charm and appeal. The beauty and elegance of a bygone era is represented with this vintage Omega Automatic FX6262. A must-have for any collector or enthusiast of the rich stories behind all vintage watches.

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Box and Papers

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10k Gold Filled

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Small Seconds

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31mm – 34mm


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Item ID0006061
Model #FX6262
Model NameAutomatic
Year Producedca. 1959
Serial Number3XXXXXX


Omega is one of the world’s most recognizable luxury watch brands.  Although founded in 1848, the company did not become known as Omega until 1894, when the company took the name of its highly successful new watch movement.  The revolutionary movement used a single crown for both winding and time setting.  Success followed success when in 1905, due to its commitment to accuracy, Omega became the official timekeeper for Swiss sporting events.  Later in 1932, Omega became the official timekeeper of the Olympic Games.  To mark Omega’s 100th year anniversary, Omega introduced the watch that would become one of the world’s most popular watches, the Seamaster.  While these are remarkable achievements, the watch that made Omega a legend among watchmakers was the Speedmaster, the only watch to survive the brutal NASA testing requirements and the only watch certified by NASA for use in Space.  It is no surprise that Omega watches are recognized today as spectacularly rugged tool watches hiding in a luxury watch.