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Th­ese pieces from Omega’s Con­stel­la­tion line are iconic bod­ies that line ev­ery horophile’s dream.

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1. The very rst Con­stel­la­tion model, re­leased in 1952. The term Con­stel­la­tion was most tting as it ref­er­enced per­fect pre­ci­sion. 2. The Con­stel­la­tion Grand Luxe of 1953, made with 18 karats of solid gold. 3. The Con­stel­la­tion Deluxe in­tro­duced a then-mod­ern bracelet with at links and a fold­ing clasp. 4. A re­birth of the Con­stel­la­tion Grand Luxe in 1961, in­tro­duc­ing a date-cal­en­dar within the line. 5. The Con­stel­la­tion C of 1964, with the time­piece en­closed in a oval-shaped case. 6. The Con­stel­la­tion Me­gaquartz 2400 of 1972, earned it recog­ni­tion as the world’s rst certied marine chronome­ter wrist­watch. 7. The Con­stel­la­tion Man­hat­tan of 1982, the start of the line’s sig­na­ture de­tail: four raised gold claws and two half moon facets around the time­piece. 8. The Con­stel­la­tion OR­BIS proted the hu­man­i­tar­ian or­ga­ni­za­tion ght­ing pre­ventable blind­ness. 9. The Con­stel­la­tion Sedna in 2013 was a trib­ute to the orig­i­nal. 10. The Con­stel­la­tion Pluma in 2014 in­cor­po­rated soft pearl and di­a­mond de­tails to the time­piece. 10

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