Up for grabs is an Omega Speedmaster
145.012 reference with cal. 321 movement
260708XX serial number circa 1967 production year with warranty papers printed also in 1967 and dated in 1968 when purchased new.
Excellent vintage condition case is sharp with very defined edges and lugs. Appears to have original finish and unpolished. Original pushers and skinny logo crown.
Dial is in excellent vintage condition. Applied logo with yellow patina on plots. All luminous is fully intact on plots, there is no damage, scratches, or pitting on dial. Hands appear original, aged to a darker color. Crystal is original, hesalite, probably never been replaced. Has many small scratches throughout. I can offer to replace the crystal with OEM Omega replacement at no charge, but wanted to present the watch as found.
DON bezel is in very good condition with some signs of wear as seen in pics.
Caseback is in good condition. Few scratches around where it was being opened, but the logo is in excellent shape and clearly intact.
This watch was found on an aftermarket, general steel and gold plated bracelet. I discarded it and added a 1039 Omega bracelet in excellent vintage condition with 516 ends. Clasp is dated ’69.
Watch comes with original Omega warranty papers signed and dated. No other accessories or boxes.
Chrono runs and resets back to zero. Watch winds and runs. Service history is unknown.