First of all i would thank you all for the great info this forum provides, i've only been collecting for 2 years and this watch was the reason i started collecting. now after 2 years of buying, selling and trading it's finally here and i would love to show you guys.
My Omega speedmaster Professional, Cal.321, ref. ST105.012, 20 december 1967.(same watch as neal armstrong wore on the moon)NASA approved.
I'm the third owner of the watch, (the second owner immediately sold it to me without wearing it) The watch still had the protective plastic cover on the glass because the first owner was afraid to damage it. The watch is totaly original(case, dial, pushers, crown, glass) except for the chrono-hand and the minute hand (they lost the lume part in the hands because of age, so they were replaced by NOS Omega parts) the bracelet is NOS and not original, but it's a very nice and safe Omega 1998/849
The watch was send to Omega for all the archives information. The watch was properly serviced by my watch maker and it's running very well.
The question i have for you guys is the following, knowing the watch is 50 years old (but serviced good), is it something i can wear almost daily? (i have a desk job so nothing spectacular:) i'm curious about you guys opinions on this, knowing you all have some very nice pieces out there :)
Now, my pictures