The earliest examples at the Speedy Tuesday get together were some reference 2915’s, the same watch I explained a bit here. These first series Speedmasters, which are the only vintage Speedies with broad arrow hands and a steel bezel, are rarer than hen’s teeth, and can be quite costly. 2915’s in original condition often sell above $60,000. The watch above belonged to a collector, and though it had a replacement steel bezel, it was really just a gorgeous watch. What is also interesting about it is the leaf minutes counter hand had all but completely brassed, giving it a great look you don’t often see. The other 2915 in the house belonged to the Omega museum, and it was just gorgeous (as seen above).
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