Dial: Excellent matte black dial that looks grey in sunlight. Hands and hour markers have full tritium intact that have developed a patina over time. The lume on the hour markers looks "squiggly", a known acceptable dial variation for this reference. Both hour markers and hands glow brightly then drop off quickly at the same rate when exposed to UV light. The DON bezel is in very good condition.
Case: Very good thick 39mm steel case with sharp edges and bevels that shows typical wear for a watch of this age. The 6.8mm 24 tooth crown and small pushers are correct for this reference. It comes with a JB Champion mesh bracelet in excellent condition.
Movement: Omega caliber 321 movement serial number 22,829,xxx running well with all functions working correctly, service history is unknown. The serial number is in the correction range for a 105.003-65.
Notes: This is an honest example of an Ed White Speedy that was likely someone's daily wearer for many years. It does not look like this watch has been polished.
Omega Speedmaster 105.003 "Ed White" from 1965
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