This is one of the earliest Omega Seamaster in the sub second version from 1950 (1948 for the very first)
It is in a very good original condition. The case is sharp and hasn't been over polished. The dial has a nice patina and likely the original lume on the indexes. The dauphine hands are in good condition but don't have lume anymore. The dial and indexes play with the light in a very nice way with a good contrast hard to show on pictures.
The movement is the in-house caliber 342 bumper from the first generation of automatic movements produced by Omega. It is currently running but loses a couple of minutes per day. I would advice a service as I believe it hasn't been done very recently.
The case measures 34.5mm without crown, 43mm lug to lug, 10.5mm thick with a 18mm lug width.
It comes with a nice Hirsch leather strap.
The watch is located in, and shipped from, Geneva, Switzerland. Shipping is done through priority mail (Swiss Post) with tracking number. Importation fees are the buyer's responsibility.
The water resistance is not tested. I advice not to wear a vintage watch around water even if it was originally waterproof. I describe the watch as it is now.