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!