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FS: SPEEDMASTER 105.003-65 "ED WHITE" with box & Extract of Arch

The Speedmaster carries with it an indelible connection to the U.S. space program, through Ed White and Buzz Aldrin, who wore his Reference 145.012-67 when he walked on the Moon. But it was after Ed White’s spacewalk that the Speedmaster became flight-qualified for all manned space missions. Consequently, examples of the Reference 105.003-65—known by collectors as the “Ed White” after the astronaut who wore it—have become hot commodities in the watch collecting community.

The straight lugs and lack of crown guards set this model apart from the more common 'twisted-lug' designs and make for a watch that wears incredibly well.

The Reference 105.003-65’s commands a premium, and this example is a case study in why: with some beautiful patina, a killer movement and historical chops, the Ed White Speedmaster is not to be overlooked.

Overall Condition: The watch is in very good condition, over all, with signs of wear and use consistent with age.

Case was only light detailed and is on very good condition with strong sharp straight lugs;

Matte black dial is in very good condition with beautifull black luminous indexes markers showing honest patination;

Omega pencil hands are in good condition with matching patina to the dial and still glowing a bit under UV lamp;

Bezel and DO90 insert are mint condition;

Correct Omega-signed crown;

Screw case back with Omega Hippocampus engraving on top condition;

Includes one 19mm 1035 flat link bracelet (was polished) with 2/69 clasp code and shortened 516 end links

Comes with Extract from Archives and outer and inner Omega box;

The watch was fully serviced last January 2018.



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