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Omega Speedmaster 105.003 1964
Dial and hands are in excellent condition, with an attractive and balanced patina
Stainless steel straight-lug case with typical ‘64 bevels
7912 bracelet with the links shown and correct #6 end links
DON bezel in excellent condition, small flaw @140
Omega case back and dust cover included, a Thomas Priek display back is installed,
Box and warranty card are as they came to me with the watch
Omega Extract of the Archives
Running well and all functions work as they should
Serviced by ClassicWatch in 2014
Additional photos are available here:
http://s1048.photobucket.com/user/Darlinboy/library/Omega 105 003 1964
US$ 22,750, including priority shipping within the USA, outside TBD.
Offers are welcome, but don’t expect a reply to your low-ball.
Payment by bank wire only, no exceptions.
The watch and all parts and accessories are as they came to me. The watch was purchased by me in 2014 and serviced shortly thereafter. No parts were replaced during that service, the case and visible parts were not touched, and the display case back was installed.
This is not a beginner watch - do your own research. The watch is exactly as shown, with plenty of untouched photos here and linked, and I will take more on request.