My trusty Omega Seamaster 300M GMT, reference 2234.50
It has been in my possession for several years, and accompanied me all over the globe: Russia, Greece, Palestine, Chechia, Northeast US, West Coast, etc. I have to part ways but maybe it will find another appreciative owner. Enough sentimental stuff, lets get to business:

Its a 50-year Seamaster anniversary model with the 3-link Speedmaster bracelet and diver clasp extension. Watch is 41mm diameter, 13mm thickness, wave dial, sword hands, C3 superluminova. It features a COSC ref 1128 movement, a dome sapphire anti-reflective crystal and of course a "true-GMT" hand. Watch is currently sized perfectly for my 8.35 wrist and there are more links.

The watch is in great working condition, with some honest wear, but not destroyed by any means. There are some scratches on body sides, lugs, rub marks on bracelet and clasp, and bezel. When worn last week, it lost about 30 seconds over the course of the week. (I must say that most of my mechanical pieces loose time when worn by me. I would then ask others to wear them and they are perfectly timed. Must be my magnetic personality!)

Dial and hands and lume plots are perfect, no fading.

In 2019 while I lived in Moscow, the watch stopped setting due to a 1128-movement's typical failure: hour wheel. Right away, the watch was serviced by Omega, all papers are included. I requested no case polish at that time.

Full set includes everything as pictured: cardboard box, red pleather box, in great shape (considering some other examples), manual, card wallet with two cards, tag, two spare links (half-link and full-link), red service/travel case, all service receipts/papers from Omega Moscow (in Russian, but I can translate if needed) and even a baggie of old seals, crown and parts.

Price is $2700, plus shipping.

Pictures are of the actual watch.