Dial: This example features a beautiful "Narrow T" dial. The Tritium plots are in excellent showing great patina and only minor degradation. There is a very faint subdial hand drag mark on the hour totalizer subdial. Hardly even noticeable in these macro images.
Hands: Original Tritium hands in excellent shape. Some lume cracks can be seen on the minute hand.
Case: This example features the less-common HF case. The side of the case have been previously re-brushed. Very lightly without distorting the factory case edges. The MKII case still retains its original thickness and shape.
Crown & pushers: Original "Flat-foot" crown and "Fat-neck" pushers.
Bezel: Original "DON" (Dot Over Ninety) TACHYMETRE bezel in very good condition.
Bracelet: Full length Omega 1039 dated to the 3rd quarter of 1967 with 516 end links.
Movement: Omega Cal 321. Movement is working and keeping good time. No known recent service history.
Accessories: Full set with box & original papers. Omega Extract Of The Archives shoes production date of July 5, 1967 and delivery to the United States.
Notes: About 4 years ago I was contacted by a fellow collector asking for my opinion on a watch he was looking to buy, and this 105.012 is that very watch. After looking through a few pictures of the watch my verdict was clear; I told him "Buy it immediately". He did. I also vlounteered myself to be the first on his "Dibs list" if he ever decided to sell it. Fast forward four years... he contcted me and asked me if I would be interested in buying it. I did. Immediately! This is an extremely nice example of the less common 105.012-66 HF. It is quite rare to find any 321 Speedmaster with the orginal boxs & papers, especially in such fine condition.
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