I don't post much or participate in many discussion on this (or other) forum, but I do believe most of you will recognize me from marketplace. I acquired a 105.003 recently and the dial kinda has me and another dealer/member on here (i'll let him comment if he chooses) kinda stumped. Here is what we are looking at here: Applied logo T SWISS MADE T text Geiger counter showing about 0.20 Sv/h, so the dial contains tritium material and not luminova Flat dial, no step all Almost a glossy like finish throughout and jet black color Now, we can quickly come to conclusion that this is not a typical original Ed White dial. No step is the biggest giveaway, its not obviously matte finished, the layout of font is different. Next guess was that its a service dial. Ok, possible, but there are two "known" service dial types. The tritium with PAINTED logo, flat dial, and no professional script and then there is the luminova replacement with applied logo and no step. The tritium painted dial is dismissed immediately for obvious reasons. Next up was the luminova dial applied logo dial comparison. Close, but the "d" in Speedmaster doesn't line up below the E in Omega the same, the E in Omega is not wide enough, obviously the T's are there next to swiss made, the numbers are different in font type. It does share some layout characteristics with later tall markers 2998 dial. The upper stroke of "d" is in middle bottom of E in Omega and E in Omega is wide. The 31 minute marker "splits" the W in SWISS MADE in similar manner as this dial, but again, other characteristics don't match up. Step and T's for starters. It is my belief that the dial is a very early "pre-painted logo" service dial. It still glows in dark, but not very bright and not for long. The hands are also service replacement, so one and two go hand in hand and it would "make sense". I do not believe the dial is refinished or counterfeit. There are too many details that would be missed in an aftermarket dial and too many similarities in font and layout. So, what I'm looking for here is the general opinion and more importantly another example like it.