€8.500 Regular price

Omega Chronograph 18k Cal. 321 1956

Ask any true watch collector about the greatest movements ever designed and there is a strong chance they will affectionately mention the Lemania Calibre .321 movement designed by Albert Piguet. Utilized in the original Omega Speedmaster during the American Space Program missions in the 1950s and 1960s, this workhorse movement has become a thing of legend, and deservedly so.

Our particular watch, the Reference 2279, comes in a 35 mm rose gold case with crisp case and beveled lugs. Accents like the awesome rose gold hands and arrow hour markers complete the classy look of this piece. Our chronograph is bearing the caliber 321, making it a dressier option for the collector who desires a caliber 321 but don't want a Speedy. It comes in outstanding condition which you can rarely find on the market.


  • excellent overall condition, showing no traces of use
  • 3- body 18k rose gold (Favre & Perret) case with snap-on case back
  • 35 mm (without crown) / 44 mm (lug-to-lug) / 18 mm (between lugs)
  • Year: 1956
  • Reference: 2279


  • Omega Caliber 321 - manual wind
  • 17 jewels, 18000 A/h, 44 hours power reserve
  • professionally serviced 06/2023
  • +15sec/d / 300°


  • original never touched cream colored dial in great condition
  • original hands, dial and crown

Has this been authenticated?

All watches at Goldammer are guaranteed authentic by our trusted watchmakers and us. Certificate included!

Has this been serviced?

All watches at Goldammer are professionally serviced before being offered at our shop. Servicing is done by our trusted watchmakers and gone through very capable hands.

Mechanical guarantee?

Each watch comes with a 1-year mechanical warranty so if anything goes wrong, please let us know immediately.

Inspection period?

We definitely want you to love your watch, so you always have 14 days to fall in love or return to Goldammer, no questions asked.

How much is the shipping?

We exclusively deliver worldwide via DHL Express which is free for you.

General care?

Given that most of our watches are around half a century old, they will need to be treated with extra love and care, and they require servicing every 4-5 years.

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