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From the first year of its production and the same year Omega went to the moon, this beautiful Speedmaster Professional Mark II chronograph has a fantastic bold look on the wrist with its gorgeous original tritium dial and high grade Omega calibre 861 movement within, freshly serviced and ready to wear. A beautifully designed and manufacture timepiece, this Omega is built like a tank in solid stainless steel, measuring 41.5mm across excluding the crown giving that awesome presence on the wrist. A legendary look, from one of the most important years in Omega history!
Case: Heavy solid stainless steel case measuring 41.5mm across (excluding the Omega signed crown) by 45mm lug tip to tip. Signed on the back with the Omega logo and Speedmaster. The case has quite a bit of wear with a few nicks and some scratches on the case back. The original chamfers or polished facets on the curved edge are still very visible on the bezel and with light overall swirling which gives it a strong vintage look on the wrist. Signed inside the case back Omega Watch Co, Fab Suisse, Swiss Made, Brevet + 487449, Acier Inoxydable, 145.014. The crystal has been replaced with a high quality replica made to look exactly like original. Comes on a perfectly matched black 20mm leather strap with generic brushed stainless steel buckle.
Dial: Gorgeous original factory printed dial with matte black background, perfectly aged cream color tritium luminous and pie-pan sunken sub-dials. Signed Omega Speedmaster Professional Mark II, T Swiss Made T. In superb condition with just a very thin glossy ring around the outer edge from about 5:00 to 2:00 to note. As you can see it looks near mint on the wrist. The original hands are also near perfect with matching original tritium luminous to the dial.
Movement: The famous Omega 861 hour recording chronograph movement is in superb cosmetic and mechanical condition, freshly serviced by our watch maker and keeping great time with all chronograph functions working perfectly. Signed Omega, Swiss, 17 Jewels, with the serial number in the 31 million range dating it to 1969.