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FS: Omega Speedmaster 145.022 68 Transitional Dial DON Bezel

For sale a Rare Vintage Omega Speedmaster 145.022 68 Transitional dial with DON Bezel. Watch is in good condition; the case looks pretty good, despite the slightly rounded lugs and the caseback is in nice condition. The crown is an A1, which is very desirable. The rare stepped transitional dial with applied Omega logo is in good condition. The DON bezel is in great condition. Movement looks unabused, which is a positive in a 50 year old watch, and works flawlessly - pushers start, stop, and reset as they should - but it's a 861 from 1971. From what I have heard from Omega experts, movement was swapped in a service around 1973.

PRICE: $6900 by wire or PayPal FF (PayPal +4%) shipped within the US. International shipping available at an additional cost. Many references available upon request.

Thanks Jeff and OTD for the space!


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