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This article breaks down a couple of Speedmaster Reference numbers that apply to your watch. I would start with Reference 105.012 and move down the article from there, comparing your watch to the article info. I am not a professional appraiser, nor have I seen that watch in person so I am certainly not qualified to value it. But its a nice Speedy.

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Also as abit more info.

Reference 105.003 did not have the word Professional on the dial so you can rule that one out. Also didn't have crown guards.
Reference 105.012 & 145.012 had the word Professional and also the Omega Logo above the dial wording was an Applied LOGO.
Reference 145.022 had a Painted Omega LOGO above the dial wording.

So at a quick viewing, I would put that watch either a 105.012 or 145.012 (1964-1969)
* And your pic shows a bracelet that matches a 145.012 (1967-1969)

Another good article:
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Also as abit more info.

Reference 105.003 did not have the word Professional on the dial so you can rule that one out. Also didn't have crown guards.
Reference 105.012 & 145.012 had the word Professional and also the Omega Logo above the dial wording was an Applied LOGO.
Reference 145.022 had a Painted Omega LOGO above the dial wording.

So at a quick viewing, I would put that watch either a 105.012 or 145.012 (1964-1969)
* And your pic shows a bracelet that matches a 145.012 (1967-1969)

Another good article:
Speedy Buyers Guide
Thanks for the help!!!
 
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