Suveran (“Sovereign”) models were sold by the Swedish government to fund their wartime economy.
Military watches are plenty cool for their utilitarian design, hard use case and often limited production, but they’re not the only subset of horological wares deserving of historical interest.
The Omega Suveran (“Sovereign” in Swedish) is one such watch that deserves a closer look by the collector community — and indeed, anyone with a glancing interest in the Second World War.
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