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Lot No. 477
Lot No. 477
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Omega "Speedmaster Professional Racing Mark II"

, Movement No. 32197320, Ref. 145.014, Cal. 861, 41 x 45 mm, circa 1971

A muscular vintage chronograph with 30 min. and 12h counter, auxiliary seconds and tachy scale

Case: steel, screw back with Speedmaster logo, "Omega" steel bracelet ref. 1162 with deployant clasp, bracelet length 150 mm, total length 195 mm. Dial: grey with orange and red highlights.

At first glance this timepiece looks like any other Speedmaster Professional Mark II, but it features a very unusual dial design – the so-called "Grey Racing Dial", which stands out from the usual MK II models because of its red and orange-coloured accents.

After the Omega Speedmaster Professional had won the race to the moon in 1969, Omega set out to create a watch that conformed a little more to the taste of the 1970s. In 1969 Omega introduced the first Speedmaster Professional Mark II , where "Mark" as part of the name signaled a new or updated version - today’s version "2.0"… The Speedmaster Mark II featured the same Lemania-based calibre as the Moonwatch - reference 145.022. This movement was fitted with Omega calibre 861 and production ran from 1968 to circa 1996, to be followed by calibre 1861. The Speedmaster Mark II had a tonneau-shaped case which was completely different to the asymmetrical design of the Speedmaster Professional.
Case: very good, slightly worn
Dial: very good
Movm.: very good, capable of running, cleaning recommended

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