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    Re: 1960's unboxing

    Quote Originally Posted by Dagored24 View Post
    That's nice but I think this box does not correspond to 105.012. check this SPEEDMASTER | omegamuseum.com
    It is a correct (high top) reference 1501 box --- in addition, I am the second owner of this watch, the original owner kept everything together which is another reason this one is special as I don't think too many complete original and with packaging 105.012-65's are out there. Now there where other boxes sometimes supplied (quite often by the dealer at point of sale), but I believe that the 1501 was probably the most common box supplied with mid-60's Speedmasters.

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    Re: 1960's unboxing

    Eventhough this is an old thread (and a somewhat older watch ), it's truly amazing! Thanks for the timetravel!

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    Re: 1960's unboxing

    Quote Originally Posted by MH434 View Post
    It is a correct (high top) reference 1501 box --- in addition, I am the second owner of this watch, the original owner kept everything together which is another reason this one is special as I don't think too many complete original and with packaging 105.012-65's are out there. Now there where other boxes sometimes supplied (quite often by the dealer at point of sale), but I believe that the 1501 was probably the most common box supplied with mid-60's Speedmasters.
    Anyway i think is the most beautiful watch ever made. Is more than a watch, For me represents the most important and significant event in the history of mankind.

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    Re: 1960's unboxing

    I have my own but this is 145.012sp

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