These Seamaster chronographs are a great time capsule of 1960s chronograph design with a 38mm stainless steel cushion case, and a "reverse panda" black dial with white subdials, laid out radially which adds a sporty element to the dial. The reverse panda layout also offers maximum legibility with contrasting white hands for timekeeping and contrasting black hands for the subdials, with a red chronograph seconds hand on top. This Seamaster is powered by the Omega caliber 321 hand wound, column wheel operated chronograph movement also found in the Speedmaster, and has just undergone a full mechanical service.

Take a look at the photos and our condition description below.

Case: 38mm stainless steel case (exc. crown). The case is in excellent vintage condition and is unpolished, retaining its original polished chamfers and concentric brushing pattern on the case surface. There are light marks throughout but no major signs of wear as pictured.

Dial/Hands: Original "reverse panda" black dial with white registers and a white tachymeter track in excellent condition with original tritium markers that have faded to an even pleasing patina. The white hands are also original tritium and have a patina matching the dial.

Caseback: Original Seamaster caseback marked 145.006-66 inside, with crisp Seamaster engravings on the outside.

Crystal: OEM acrylic crystal in good vintage condition with only very minor surface wear. Omega symbol is still present in the center.

Movement: Original Caliber 321 hand wound column wheel chronograph movement. The watch was just serviced in October 2019 and is in excellent mechanical condition. Serial number of 26 million dates the watch to circa 1966.

Bracelet/Strap: Like new brown vintage style leather strap.

Accessories: None. Sold as watch only.

























Price is $3600 shipped insured FedEx overnight CONUS via PayPal or wire (3% discount for wire). US sale preferred, international sales will pay the cost of shipping. Face to face in the Boston area also welcome. I have many references available. Please feel free to ask any questions. Thanks for looking!