1967 Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch Ref. ST105.012
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.
The Moonwatch ST105.012 is dated from 1967 and is powered by the original calibre 321. The tachymeter bezel and case are in superb condition, with polished crown and pushers. The lume markers and hands are slightly aged against an otherwise perfectly preserved black dial. Over on the caseback, a subtle engraving of the words 'TAT FLYING CLUB' along with its winged logo are fairly visible. While the identity of the club has been widely speculated, its origin has not yet been determined.
This watch comes with box and papers.
Model: Speedmaster Year: 1967 Box/Papers: Yes 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 Calibre: Caliber 321 Power Reserve: 48 hours Water Resistance: No waterproof guarantee is offered with vintage watches Strap: Stainless steel bracelet Lug Width: 20 mm
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Though dating slightly later than the 1965 issue, it makes it no less different than the actual watch that went to the moon. The tachymeter bezel, case, and dial are in superb condition, with polished crown and pushers and slightly aged lume markers and hands.
It is powered by the legendary caliber 321, the Lemania movement that was the base of the 2130. The column wheel activated chronograph movement is one of the most reliable and beautiful movement to ever be conceived.
Over on the caseback, a subtle engraving of the words 'TAT FLYING CLUB' along with its winged logo are fairly visible. While the identity of the club has been widely speculated, its origin has not yet been determined.