Omega - A Journey through Time - Out of print (1152)

by Marco Richon

With its 832 pages and 6,625 illustrations, this is one of the most comprehensive works ever published about a watch brand. Devoted entirely to the evolution of its models, from the late nineteenth century to the present day, it is brought to life with reproductions of numerous advertisements that echo the watches shown and lend them the colour, feel and flavour of their time. The book is mainly intended for collectors, who will undoubtedly find in it their preferred models. Prefaced by Nicolas G. Hayek and written and designed by Marco Richon, curator of the Omega Museum, it is organised like a “structured catalogue”, divided into twelve chapters, preceded by a brief history of the company and followed by a complete list of calibres.Table of contents:Omega Saga in summary 1. Sister brands2. Pocket watches3. Wristwatches4. High precision5. Official watches6. Automatic7. Seamaster and Diver's watches8. Constellation9. De Ville10. Specialities11. Chronographs, with the Speedmaster12. CreationCalibres

832 Pages • 6625 ill. • Format : 25 x 31 cm.
Prix : CHF 350.00 • € 291.70