I’m thinking this Omega ain’t that hot, but it’s a nice concept. It’s basically a retread of a 1915 piece using caliber 2200 inside a rose gold case.

This Omega Museum watch is an absolute stunner. A limited [1915 pieces] reedition of the 1915 Omega Petrograd watch, featuring the omega caliber 2200 and in Red gold on a leather strap with reference number of 5703.30.0 it is part of Omega’s museum line of classic re-issues.

Omega Museum Watch [OmegaBlogger]

By John Biggs

John lives in Brooklyn and has loved watches since he got his first Swatch Irony automatic in 1998. He is the editor of WristWatchReview.

5 thoughts on “1915 Omega Petrograd”
  1. Hi!
    I have an original Omega “Petrograd” in a very good condition. What could be the price for it?

  2. I have a thing looking much nicer than this, but similat shape, similar style. no clue what it’s worth, no wish to sell it, coz it’s my grandad’s

  3. Lots of similar Omega tonneaus were made in silver. I have several of those with the small seconds at 6 measuring abot 27mm. the watch case size is about 30mm without crown.. Does anyone know of a modern Omega movement that can replace the original? The original movement has no calibre engraved. trying to figure out a modern movement that will work is very frustrating as on line the new OMega movements do NOT indicate size. Help from Omega? that is like getting help from Microsoft..thanks for any assistance..Ben

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