This special watch is one of just three known complete Alaska II watches, and its provenance is indisputable. From Omega it went to NASA, then directly to the Omega museum for three decades before being sold in Antiquorum’s Omegamania sale in 2007. The price at the time was 64,000 CHF (approximately $44,000 at the time).
Today, Phillips has an estimate of 100,000 to 200,000 CHF (approximately $100,650 to $201,300 at time of publishing) on this Omega Alaska Project prototype. This watch has so much charm and style – the white dial is really a fantastic look – and considering your average 2915 breaks six figures now, this one deserves a lot of consideration. Oh, and for your Speedy nerds out there, it has the rare “220” bezel that was seen only for a very brief period of time.
You can find out more about this Speedmaster Alaska Project prototype here, and for the price of your run-of-the-mill Paul Newman, you can own something truly special.