Omega

Speedmaster Reference 3520.53.00, a stainless steel automatic wristwatch with chronograph, day, date, week and dual time zones, Circa 2000

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Description

Arguably known for being the first watch on the Moon, Omega's Speedmaster collection has seen many variations. The tachymeter scale on the Speedmaster bezel was the first of its kind. Today, the tachymeter bezel is still a staple on the Speedmaster; it is used to measure the speed at which the wearer travels over a fixed period of time.

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The watch is in good condition with light wear throughout commensurate with age. Case is in overall good condition with minor surface wear. Bracelet has minor signs of stretch and surface wear throughout commensurate with age. The movement is running at the time of cataloging, however, it was not tested for the accuracy of time or duration of the power reserve and may need service at the buyer's discretion. Please note that Sotheby's does not guarantee the future working of the movement.

Year

2000

Reference Number

3520.53.00

Model

Speedmaster

Complication

Date, Day of the Week, Month, Dual Time

Gender

Men's

Dial Color(s)

Black

Dial Numerals

Arabic

Movement Type

Automatic

Case Material(s)

Stainless Steel

Case Number

55******

Case Size (mm)

37.6

Case Back

Snap-on

Band Material

Stainless Steel

Dimension Notes

Fits a wrist size of 6.25 inches or smaller.

Clasp Type

Deployant buckle

Clasp Material(s)

Stainless Steel

Signature

Dial

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