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“MISSIONS” Omega, “Speedmaster Missions Collection”, No. 33 of 40 sets. Made in 1998. Extremely rare and impressive set of 23 Omega Speedmaster wristwatches in a large fitted case, comprising 22 Omega Speedmaster Professionals, Ref. ST 345
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“MISSIONS”\n\nOmega, “Speedmaster Missions Collection”, No. 33 of 40 sets. Made in 1998. Extremely rare and impressive set of 23 Omega Speedmaster wristwatches in a large fitted case, comprising 22 Omega Speedmaster Professionals, Ref. ST 345.0022, with missions emblem on the subsidiary seconds dial, and one “Broad Arrow” replica, Ref. ST 345.0222, a display caliber 1861, and a loupe. Accompanied by the guarantee, instructions, original certificate and a book detailing the missions represented in the set. This set is sold with a Certificate of Authenticity and a 2-year Omega guarantee. \n\nMissions Watches:\n\nOmega, “Speedmaster Professional, Missions”, Ref. ST 345.0022. Gemini V, Gemini VI, Gemini VII, Gemini VIII, Gemini IX, Gemini X, Gemini XI, Gemini XII, Apollo 7, Apollo 8, Apollo 9 “Gumdrop & Spider”, Apollo 10 “Snoopy and Charlie Brown”, Apollo 11 “Columbia and Eagle”, Apollo 12 “Intrepid and Yankee Clipper”, Apollo 13 “Odyssey and Aquarius”, Apollo 14 “Kitty Hawk and Antares”, Apollo 15 “Endeavour and Falcon”, Apollo 16 “Casper and Orion”, Apollo 17 “America and Challenger”, Skylab 1, Skylab 2, Skylab 3\n\nC. Three-body, polished and brushed, lyre lugs, screw-down back with Speedmaster logo and engraved: “Flight-Qualified By NASA For All Manned Space Missions – The First Watch Worn On The Moon”, crown and pusher with integral guard. D. Black with painted luminous baton indexes, outer minute/seconds and 1/5th seconds divisions, subsidiary dials for the seconds with mission patch, the 12-hour and 30-minute registers. Luminous white “baton” hands. White chronograph hand. M. Cal. 1861, rhodium-plated, “fausses côtes” decoration, 18 jewels, straight-line lever escapement, monometallic balance, shock absorber, selfcompensating flat balance spring. Dial, case and movement signed. Dim. 42 x 48.5 mm. Thickness 15 mm.\n\nReplica Watch:\n\nOmega, “Speedmaster Broad Arrow”, Ref. ST 345.0222.\n\nC. Three-body, polished and brushed, lyre lugs, screw-down back with Speedmaster logo and engraved: “Flight-Qualified By NASA For All Manned Space Missions – The First Watch Worn On The Moon”, crown and pusher with integral guard. D. Black with painted luminous baton indexes, outer minute/seconds and 1/5th seconds divisions, subsidiary dials for the seconds with mission patch, the 12-hour and 30-minute registers. Luminous steel “broad arrow” hands. Steel chronograph hand. M. Cal. 1861, rhodium-plated, “fausses côtes” decoration, 18 jewels, straight-line lever escapement, monometallic balance, shock absorber, self-compensating flat balance spring. Dial, case and movement signed. Dim. 42 x 48.5 mm. Thickness 15 mm.
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All watches in this set are in as-new, unused condition, and are still in their original protective coating. As a tribute to the legendary 'Speedmaster Professional', which celebrated its 40th anniversary in 1997, Omega offered an exceptional collection of 23 Speedmaster watches presented in a case covered with genuine spacesuit cloth. The case contains a special series of 22 stainless steel Speedmaster watches, each with a different official NASA mission patch on its dial at 9 o'clock: from the August 1965 Gemini V to the November 1973 Skylab SL-4. The collection also includes a replica of the original 1957 Speedmaster with matte black dial, applied OMEGA logo, luminous hands, arrow-tipped hour hand and satin-finished steel bezel with tachometric scale. The Omega Speedmaster valise was produced in a numbered limited series of 50: 40 examples for commercial sale, including this one, plus 5 presentation sets and 5 'artist's proof' examples.

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