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Omega Speedmaster Professional

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Period: 4/12/18 5:00 pm to 11/12/18 5:00 pm

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Infos zur Auktion

While the Omega Speedmaster went to the Moon in 1969, its history actually began 12 years prior. Designed for race car drivers, this chronograph quickly made its way onto the wrists of astronauts and, from there, into the history books. From then on, the Speedmaster's success was unavoidable. The Omega Speedmaster has been a favorite watch of celebrities and common folk alike since the 1960s. Its appearances in a number of movies earned it a massive following. Over half a century later, it's still one of the world's most famous timepieces. Its timeless design, exceptional usability, and spotless reputation make this watch a must for any proper watch collection. The upcoming auction on Chrono24 will feature this icon in a number of interesting varieties. There'll be something for everyone. If you're looking to add a specific limited edition or a vintage Speedmaster to your collection, you're sure to find the right watch. Take a look at some of these unique watches below. In honor of #speedytuesday, the auction on Chrono24 will run from Tuesday, 12/4/2018 to the following Tuesday, 12/11/2018.

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