Nice Speedmaster professional 145.022, very good general conditons.
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Omega Speedmaster Professional 145.022 from 1983
The Speedmaster is perhaps the most photogenic and reliable chronograph made. Omega really struck gold with this one as it went on to become the official watch for every space exploration. Here we have a Speedmaster manufactured in 1983 and true to Omega fashion working perfectly to the day. The caliber powering the watch is an 861 manual.
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Omega Speedmaster X-33 "Skywalker" Second Generation with Box & Papers
The back story behind the creation of the Omega Speedmaster X-33 now deemed the "Skywalker" is fascinating. The watch came about as a collaboration between NASA, Russian astronauts, and former military pilots. The goal was to create the best possible watch to be used in outer space, which meant putting the Speedmaster through an array of rigorous tests. The watch is entirely cased in titanium, making it an incredibly light but sturdy watch. Ours is accompanied by its original box & papers.
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Omega Speedmaster 105.003 "Ed White"
Omega Speedmaster "Ed White". This reference was the last Speedmaster to come with straight lugs. Soon after Omega changed their cases to incorporate the “lyra” style twisted lugs. Another interesting factor about this Speedmaster is its designation the Ed White. Before the Speedmaster became the official NASA timekeeper the watch had already gone to space on the wrist of astronaut Ed White.
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Omega Speedmaster 145.022 with Straight Writing Caseback & 220 Unit Bezel
The Speedmaster is perhaps the most photogenic and reliable chronograph made. Omega really struck gold with this one as it went on to become the official watch for every space exploration. Here we have a Speedmaster manufactured in 1969 with a very special bezel. Fitted on this Speedmaster is a "220 Unit" bezel, which is much rarer than the famed "Dot Over 90" as it represents a factory made error. Omega did not realize they were printing the "220" when they should have printed "200". One of those small little details that make vintage watch collecting so beautiful.
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Omega Speedmaster Professional "Speedy Tuesday" Limited Edition
Celebrating the 5th anniversary of #SpeedyTuesday, this makeover of the 1978 Speedmaster “Alaska Project III” is anti-reflective and easy-to-read with a matte-finish case and large radial numerals on the sub dials. The "reverse panda" style sets white opaline silvery sub dials against a black dial, encircled with a black aluminum bezel ring. The applied vintage OMEGA logo is rhodium-plated, the hour markers coated with super-LumiNova and all markings and sub dials are coated with luminescent ink. There is a central OMEGA logo on the domed hesalite crystal. The screw-in case back is encircled by the words SPEEDY TUESDAY ANNIVERSARY - A TRIBUTE TO ALASKA PROJECT III as well as the Limited Edition number (X/2012). Circling the case back is the word RADIAL. The watch has a vintage brown leather strap and is delivered in a special watch roll containing a spare NATO strap. It is powered by the OMEGA calibre 1861
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Omega Speedmaster 145.022 with Brown Dial from 1969
The cool factor of the Speedmaster is increased by the unbelievable state of this brown dial. The Speedmaster has reached a cult status amongst vintage watch fans and the fact that this watch is fitted with a tropical dial makes it all the more special and collectible.
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Omega Speedmaster Professional 36893000 in White Gold
The historical significance of the Omega Speedmaster is unlike any other. The chronograph was developed to be a racing watch but ended up becoming the official space watch. The Speedmaster reference 36893000 is cased in a 42mm white gold case, and powered by a manual caliber.The chronograph is accompanied by a moonphase display.
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Omega Speedmaster Professional 25th Anniversary in White Gold with Box & Papers
In 1994, this 18k White Gold Speedmaster was released in a limited edition to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. OMEGA produced 500 pieces in white gold and this specific watch is number 213 of 500. This watch has several notable features that set it apart from the conventional Speedmaster. This model features a beautiful silver dial that can look grey or white depending on how the sunlight hits it, polished silver hands, sapphire display case back, chronometer-rated movement, and of course the 18k white gold bracelet and case. This watch is engraved. "Apollo XI 1969-1994" on the 9 o'clock side of the case. This is a good opportunity to own a limited edition Speedmaster in a precious metal on the original white gold bracelet and would be a great addition to any collection.
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Omega Speedmaster 145.022-69 with Leather Strap
Omega Speedmaster 145.022 powered by a manual 861 movement and put together by a beautiful leather band. The Speedmaster has fast become one of the most loved watches and one of the most influential chronographs ever.
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Omega Speedmaster 105.012 Powered by 321 Manual Caliber
The Speedmaster 105.012 is a significant reference amongst its family due to its direct connection to space. Astronaut Buzz Aldrin was wearing one during his famous moon walk while on the Apollo 11 mission. The watch is powered by the revered Lemania based 321 movement and cased in a Huguenin Freres steel case. A cool detail about this Speedmaster are its low pushers, a result from Omega implementing crown guards. The 105.012 was the first Speedmaster to be fitted with crown guards.
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Omega Speedmaster Apollo XI Limited Series in 18K Yellow Gold
Accompanied by an Omega Archives Extract confirming the official production of the present watch on April 9, 1970 and its subsequent delivery to Hong Kong. The watch also comes with an Omega image gallery box containing 20 original color pictures of the moon landings. The Omega Speedmaster Apollo 11 model in solid gold was created in the fall of 1969 to commemorate Apollo 11’s successful Moon landing. A total of 1,014 were produced especially for NASA astronauts, two for the President and Vice President, and the remaining were made available for the general public to acquire. The available examples were assigned an engraved dedication, Omega Speedmaster - Apollo XI 1969 - The First Watch Worn on the Moon, and numbered. The very small amount offered to the general public was available in two versions. The present watch is from the second version, with the engraving on the case back painted in a burgundy color, which complements its burgundy colored bezel. This watch also features the second version of the dial, showing a round ‘O’ in the OMEGA signature as opposed to the earlier version, which is more oval-shaped (for an example of the first version of this reference see lot 14). Preserved in very good original overall condition, the present watch is number 971 of this limited series. An example of all three casebacks made in this series are illustrated described in OMEGA, A Journey Through Time by Marco Richon, 2007, p. 605.
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