Sunday, February 24, 2013


Just in to HQ!  This is a fine example of the now 'iconic' vintage Omega Speedmaster Chronograph ref.145012-67, circa 1967.  This watch became the well known first watch worn on the moon in 1969. This example and reference number was produced in very limited numbers and was retailed for  about one year between 1967/68. In 1969 they started engraving the case backs 'flight qualified by NASA for all manned space missions' and a few other small changes were made.  This example is the transition between the earlier cal.321 movement and the newer cal.861. This was the actual case reference number and configuration that NASA used on the moon. This example has the beautiful 'stepped' dial with silver raised Omega logo. It comes complete with the original bracelet and is in good working condition.

If you are looking to buy an 'iconic' vintage chronograph then this is for you. Get in touch for details as this will not last long and is priced correctly at fair market.

For more information: 416-434-0499 or


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