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For sale we have a good example of a 1977 Reference 136.0104 Omega gold plated dress watch. It has a neat gold-plated case, with silver sunburst dial, date function and a calibre 1030 movement. It is a classic watch, which can be worn as a dress piece, or a daily wear.


The 35mm case has a polished case and is circular with straight, slightly tapered lugs. It has flat sides. To the rear is the Steel snap on back with clear Omega logo. To the right-hand side is the original Omega crown which is chunky and easy to use.

The silver sunburst dial is good, with applied hour markers and date window balanced at 3 O’clock. The applied hour markers have a black painted line to the centre, which ties in with the black line on the hands. The date window has a black outline, with facetted edge, meeting the white date wheel, with black Arabic numerals.

The lume plots have aged at the base of the hour markers to a lovely orange tone, with the matching aged lume within the hands.

The dial and hands are protected by the original Omega crystal, with Omega etching to the centre.

Inside is a manual wind Omega cal 1030 movement, which is in good condition, keeping time to within 5 seconds a day. It has a hi-beat frequency of 28,800 BPH, a quickset date functioning and hacking central second hand. The classic rose gold movement finishing is good with no wear.


The watch comes with its original outer box and its signed paperwork. The paperwork notes that it was sold on 6/1/1979, whilst according to the serial number, the movement was produced in 1977. It was commonplace for some watches to take time to sell in jewellers, particularly during the height of the Quartz crisis.


Overall this is a good example of an adaptable and quality Omega watch, capable of every day wear, or dress wear.


Full condition report below. Please see the images as these compliment and aid the description provided below.



The dial is original and is in good condition. It has a silver satin sunburst finish which is bright. It has some slight variation in the tone, where it is lighter around the date window. The signing is good and clear, with good applied hour markers.



The hands are of lance alpha style and are original. They are a gold tone. They are in good condition with some slight scratches.



The sapphire crystal is original. It has a slight mark at 12 O’clock but is otherwise in good condition. It has the omega etching to the centre.



The gold-plated Omega signed crown is original and functions as it should.



The case is gold plated and is in good condition. The gold plate is good, with no signs of wear. The polished finish is good, with only light surface scratches.



The snap on case back is Stainless steel and is in very good condition. It has a brushed finish, with clear engraving and only slight surface scratching.



The watch comes on a new genuine leather strap which is non Omega, with a non Omega buckle.



The movement is an Omega cal 1030. It is a manual wind movement with shock protection and a jewel count of 17. It has a sweep central second hand and a quickset date indicator. It operates at a hi-beat frequency of 28,800 BPH with a 45 hour power reserve.


The service history is unknown, but the movement is in very good condition cosmetically and functionally. It’s keeping time to within +/- 5 seconds a day, with an amplitude of 220 degrees and a beat error of 0.1m/s.


Case dimensions:

Case width: 35mm

Case width with crown: 37.25mm

Case length: 35mm

Lug to lug: 41.5mm

Depth: 9.5mm

Lug width: 18mm

1977 Omega Gold plated 35mm dress watch Ref 136.0104 box & papers cal 1030

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