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A perfect execution of the highly desirable, and condition rarity Omega Seamaster with Caliber 321 chronograph movement, dating from 1967.

The reference 145.005-67 is one of the hardest to find in good original shape, and with a stunning silver sunburst dial, this is the Omega Collectors end game, and made more prominant by being OBE Roger Smiths "go to" vintage chronograph.

We have personally been hunting these gems in top condition from the last decade, and we can tell you it is not getting any easier! They are kept in many collectors hoard, and don't surface often, if at all.

There is a number of reasons why these watches are so desirable, firstly, the elegance of that 35mm chiseled case design, which fits any wrist, with the ample presence of those fat, rounded pushers. The technical dial, with the detailed outer "Tachymètre scale. And lastly the quality of the movement, which in the same decade was used in the watch that flew to the moon! Can you get a better accolade?

The watch comes paired on this  stainless steel Omega full length beads of rice bracelet to complete the look.

1967 Omega Seamaster Cal. 321 Chronograph

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  • Case:


    • 35 mm Stainless Steel screwback
    • Original Omega signed crown
    • Reference - 145.005-67




    • Manual wind
    • Caliber 321
    • Functions with accuracy, winds very smoothly, serviced
    • Production 1967




    • Original sunburst  silver dial with applied markers
    • Original baton luminous hands
    • Tachymetre scale




    • Stainless steel beads of rice