1965 Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch Ref. ST105.012

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  • The Speedmaster went to the moon in 1969, earning it the nickname "Moon watch". The original watch with the tachymeter on its bezel was the only timepiece to pass the rigorous tests to be certified for use by NASA.

    And here we have it. The Moonwatch ST105.012 is dated from 1965 and is powered by the original calibre 321. It bears a faded ghost DON tachymeter bezel with a Dot diagonal 70 / Dot over 90 indicators. The black dial is a B3 spaced T dial with every single marker perfectly intact and aged to a ravishing salted caramel color. While the C2 Baton Flat hands are not original, the applied tritium lume have wonderfully aged into an appealing shade of yellowish orange. The case is in good condition with mild scratches on the body and pushers. 

    This watch comes with two complimentary straps: a vintage JB CHAMPION steel mesh bracelet, and a long NASA watchband (Apollo Program version).

  • Model: Speedmaster
    Year: 1965
    Box/Papers: No
    Functions: Hours, minutes; small seconds; chronograph; tachymeter
    Material: Stainless steel; Hesalite crystal
    Dimension: 42 mm
    Dial: Black
    Case: Stainless steel
    Movement: Manual-winding
    Lume: Tritium lume
    Calibre: Caliber 321
    Power Reserve: 48 hours
    Water Resistance: No waterproof guarantee is offered with vintage watches
    Strap: Vintage JB CHAMPION Steel Mesh Bracelet, long NASA watchband
    Lug Width: 20 mm
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