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Serial: 24.00X.XXX 

Dial: This example sports a near perfect "Close T" dial. One of the nicest ones I have ever seen on this reference. The patina is just stunning. Tritium plots are in excellent+ shape and only show minor degradation. 
Hands: Original Tritium hands in excellent shape. . 
Case: Asymmetrical case. Case is unpolished and super sharp with well defined edges. 
Crown & pushers: Original Fat Neck pushers & "Flat-Foot" crown. 
Bezel: Very clean "DON" (Dot Over Ninety) TACHYMETRE bezel in excellent condition. Only shows minor wear as shown in pictures. 
Bracelet: Full length Omega 1506 dated to 1966 with #16 end links. 
Movement: Omega Cal 321. The movement is super clean. No known service history. 

Accessories: Omega Extract Of The Archives. 

Notes: The Speedmaster Professional reference 105.012-65 is arguably the most important reference of them all as it is the exact same one used by the Apollo XI astronauts on their historic mission. Neil Armstrong's 105.012-65 (currently displayed in the Smithsonian) is less than 2,000 serials away from this particular example. This is one of the nicest examples of a 105.012-65 to come to market in recent memory. Such a lovely crisp example of this reference is rarely seen, and for the true Speedmaster enthusiast such prime example of the "True Moonwatch" is not to be missed!

1966 Omega Speedmaster Professional ref: 105.012-65

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