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Hello, Hoping someone can help me with a question and also if there is any interest in my Speedmaster.
On the inside of the caseback it has 105 012-65 but there is a "S" in front? The serial # starts with 228xxxxx.
Years ago I was told this would have been a very early " Professional "
I am more of a collector of old Heuer's and would rather see someone that really would enjoy this watch.
The dot is above the 90. The overall condition is very nice,very original with its box.
Looking forward to any input.