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I recently bought this Omega. It is really special. A real collectors item. I went home to google it, but fairly quick I realized this was a very special watch. Couldn’t even find a second one. I’m thinking to contact the Omega museum. This has to be the rarest Omega ever. they also call it the elephant i think

After 2 hours of search I found something about it.

OMEGA Watches: Vintage Watches Database

Reference: BA 191.0004
International collection 1974

Movement: * Type: Quartz electronic analogic * Caliber number: 1302 * "BETA 21" 13 jewels. Created in 1972
Case: 18K solid yellow gold
Case Back: * Press-in * Full metal
Dial: Flat
Crystal: "smoked" quartz
Bracelet: 18K gold bracelet or leather strap
Water resistance: No

More product information

Case : rectangular (30 x 50,7 mm), 18K solid yellow gold, 4 screw case back, with attached 18K gold bracelet or leather strap (27 mm lug-size), crown with “tiger eye” stone.
International Collection : 1972-1974

Can anybody please tell me more about it. I cannot find anything more about it. Is this unique? Or a proto type? What is it worth?

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