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WITHDRAWN Omega Speedmaster 105.012-65 with a "not common" Dial

  1. Seamaster66

    Seamaster66 Jun 7, 2016

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    Omega reference: Speedmaster 105.012-65
    Omega movement: 321
    Case diameter: 39,5 mm. (Without crown)
    Case material: Stainless Steel
    Case: good-very good condition
    Case: Has a dent at the right upper lug (due to drilling out the bracelet in the past). Can be repared..
    Dial: Very rare Dial in very good condition
    - The concentric rings are missing with the seconds sub-dial;
    - At the other subdials: there are more concentric rings than the "normal" Dials
    - The text "T SWISS MADE T" is loose from the minutes markers which is strange by the "Close T"-version but normal by the "Spaced T version".
    Bezel: Changed out for a nice Bezel from the years '70 - '80.
    Bracelet: Original Omega black leather bracelet

    All functions working as they should
    Hands changed out in the past.
    Buy and sell references available and I have 100% feedback on eBay
    Pictures are part of the description, so please observe them carefully
    Price : € 6450,- with shipping, tracking and insurance costs (excl. 3,4 % PayPal costs).
    For more pictures please mail for getting a Link towards myalbum.com

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  2. Seamaster66

    Seamaster66 Jun 7, 2016

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    I am sorry, but the Dial is obvious not rare ... so I changed the headline.....

    "... I don't want to jump the gun here but you have now put the watch for sale in the private sales forum and headlined it as FS Omega Speedmaster 105.012-65 with rare Dial. Now as the OF is a place of safe refuge in the world of watch buying intrigue it may be seen as slightly misleading to people with little Speedie knowledge to say your watch has a rare feature when so far yours is the only one with this feature. It might be an idea to wait a little to verify your rare features with the experts before using them as selling point. Normally a one off is either a prototype, faulty or altered. ..."

    There is no intention to mislead people...
     
  3. Seamaster66

    Seamaster66 Jun 9, 2016

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    I know almost for sure the watch is authentic, with a almost perfect Dial and,...yes with a '70-'80 replacement Bezel. I removed the old Bezel by my watchmaker, because it was too damaged :(........ Priced now for € 5650,-.
     
  4. Steve1haggart

    Steve1haggart Jun 9, 2016

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    I take it you still have the old bezel ? and I will come along with the sale ?
    thanks
     
  5. Seamaster66

    Seamaster66 Jun 9, 2016

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  6. Seamaster66

    Seamaster66 Jun 10, 2016

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    BUMP.....
     
  7. Seamaster66

    Seamaster66 Jun 11, 2016

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    WITHDRAWN..due to an investigation of the Dial (before selling the watch)..

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