Speedmaster Moonphase
Ref. 345.0809

EUR 15.900,-

We are proud to offer you this VINTAGE OMEGA SPEEDMASTER MOONPHASE, ref. ST 345.0809, in stainless steel on steel bracelet (ref. 1147/805). Manufactured in 1985, this watch has got the caliber 866 ticking. The reference ST 345.0809 was only delivered between November 1985 and December 1988. It was neither numbered nor officially limited. Nevertheless its low production estimated at 1300 examples, makes it particularly desired by collectors who have named it `SPEEDYMOON´. The SPEEDYMOON´s main differences from other moon phase models are its dial with tritium hour markers and a painted moon. This watch has got the second version - the big moon. Furthermore it is the only one with a dial that has all the date numbers with their feet towards the center. Very rare and super cool collectors model! Iconic SPEEDMASTER with great history.






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Swiss legend


Founded in 1848 by 23-year-old Louis Brandt, Omega is still one of the oldest and most important Swiss watch manufacturers. Today probably best known for the Omega Speedmaster - a true legend. Omega has also launched many other important and innovative models along the way, with illustrious names such as Constellation, Seamaster and Flightmaster.

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