1967 Omega Speedmaster Professional 145.012-67 Caliber 321 - SOLD
The Speedmaster is one watch that needs no introduction, especially those powered by the legendary Cal. 321 movement. This is a very nice wearable example of the 145.012 reference with a great dial that is mostly original save a crown and crystal. This Speedmaster has most of its signature traits intact, the applied logo dial with long, fully intact tritium hour markers and wide "T SWISS T" spacing, spear tailed chronograph seconds hand, and dot over 90 bezel. Take a look at the photos and our condition description below: Case: Stainless steel case in very good vintage condition with thick lugs and crisp edges throughout the case. The pushers appear original, but the crown is a replacement. Bezel: Original dot over 90 bezel in very good condition with some small areas of missing paint as pictured. Dial/Hands: Dial is original with long markers, an applied logo and wide "T SWISS T" spacing. The hour markers are fully intact with a deep, even patina. The original handset has a slightly darker patina except the seconds hand which matches the markers. Caseback: Original 145.012-67 caseback in excellent condition as pictured with very crisp engravings. Crystal: Newly replaced OEM Omega acrylic crystal free of marks. Movement: Caliber 321 manual wound chronograph movement. Watch is running great with smooth winding and chrono operation. All functions work as they should including chronograph start, stop, and return to zero. 26.07 million serial number dates production to 1967. Service history is unknown. Bracelet/Strap: New vintage style brown leather strap. Accessories: None, sold as watch only.