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What's in the box?

Box Rectangle Party favor Packaging and labeling Paper product


Let's see...

Box Product Perfume Rectangle Material property


Well, that is an original 1960's polishing cloth! Don't see too many of those around anymore…

What else do we have?

Box Product Packaging and labeling Perfume Rectangle


Okay, a booklet explaining how to use a chronograph with different bezel scales and...

Red Product Box Material property Rectangle


… a guarantee wallet with...

Red Material property Wallet Paper product Brand


… a guarantee (sadly expired by now, good heavens!) and an instruction booklet.

Let's take out the presentation box...

Box Red Material property Packaging and labeling Rectangle


… and see what is inside!

Box Fashion accessory


Well no surprises, it's my OMEGA Speedmaster Professional 105.012-65 on it's original 1506 bracelet!
 

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Still a great find, Congrats!
 

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Vintage Omegas with full sets like that don't come along to often, congrats on the find and a beautiful watch.

Nick.
 

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Thanks everyone, I've been meaning to do that for ages. I think most people just chuck all that stuff away after unboxing their new watch. I guess that is something to remember when we buy new, especially if it is a rare or iconic model.
 

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That's cool!|>
How do you manage to maintain the box in such as good condition?
I remember reading threads stating how bad the box degrade over time...
Or it just the new one....:-s
the old one ages quite gracefully, the new one rots like a zombie's skin

to the OP: that's one nice sample! Enjoy in good heath
 
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