As promised earlier, a full-frontal shot of the Omega Speedmaster Professional 145.012.
Reference 145.012 was introduced around 1966 as the successor to the 105.012 which was introduced in 1963. It was the last Speedmaster to be powered by the column-wheel Caliber 321. It was replaced by the 861-powered 145.022 around 1968.
The example above was produced in 1967 – a good 46 years ago. Its age reflects in the patina of the dial and hands, weathered bezel and somewhat softened edges. The movement however is in tip-top condition. A well-worn and well-loved example that is treasured and enjoyed by it’s current owner.
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