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Rare Omega Speedmaster ‘Ed White’ 105.003 From 1964


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Here for sale we have an extremely rare ‘straight lug’ Omega Speedmaster from 1964.

Reference ST 105.003 was the first watch to ever be worn in space during the historic spacewalk by Ed White aboard the Gemini IV.

This reference was only produced for a very short period (circa 2 years) as Omega decided to add the word ‘professional’ to the dial following this historic occasion and used the pictures of the spacewalk in it’s advertising from then on.

This watch is one of the early ones with the highly desirable caliber 321 movement, original stepped dial with applied logo and original hands. The case back reference 105.003-64 makes it from 1964.

Just back from a £500 service at Omega it is a little stunner. Very thick case and lugs in excellent condition, case back with clear hippocampus engravings.

Will come in a vintage Omega Speedmaster red flip top box and with the recent Omega service paperwork.

More pictures and detail to follow.


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2 Responses

  1. Hi Jason,

    It’s been a while but wanted to reach out about this watch. I know it’s on hold but keep me posted if it happens to fall through. I’d love to find out more about it.


  2. Hi,
    I am interested in your 1964 Omega Speedmaster.
    Please advise your best price and bank details

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