Every week we receive a lot of questions regarding Speedmaster prices. What’s a good price for this Omega Speedmaster 105.012 or what should I expect to pay for a Speedmaster Snoopy Award or a Speedmaster Gemini IV?

We already helped starting collectors a bit forward with our two-part Speedmaster Buyer’s Guide here and here. However, we also thought it might be a good idea to create an Omega Speedmaster Price Guide.

Speedmaster Price Guide

Speedmaster Price Guide

To be able to create a price guide, there are several data sources you can use. It eventually will make a difference as well, whether you are using the prices of an Omega sales forum or the bidding prices of auction houses. We decided to use data provided to us by Chronolytics. This company uses mainly data based on the world’s biggest luxury watch market platform, Chrono24.

With 50 million visits each month, there is no real competition out there in terms of numbers except perhaps eBay. On Chrono24, watches are being offered by both professional sellers (dealers) and private sellers. This results in a mix of offers on Omega Speedmasters. You can imagine that the prices asked by dealers are slightly higher due to their overhead costs. However, we decided to use the average price on offered Speedmaster watches. Keep in mind that some of these prices can be negotiated, some are fixed.

We will update this list every 6 months, so you will be kept up-to-date with actual information. The data used in this first Speedmaster Price Guide is based on offered Omega Speedmaster watches between 1-1-2014 to 1-7-2014 (H1 2014).

For starters, we selected a number of Speedmaster references to work with for this Speedmaster Price Guide. In the future, we will add more reference numbers. If you are interested in seeing some specific reference numbers. Drop a line.

All prices are in Euro, we converted to USD with the exchange currency rate of September 23rd 2014.

 Speedmaster Price Guide Table

Reference NumberModelPrice EURPrice USDComment
3570.50Speedmaster Pro26873439
311.30.42.30.13.001Speedmaster Pro ‘Brown’304739002008 – 2012, brown dial
3592.50Speedmaster Pro24363118Speedy Pro sapphire back crystal 95-97
3590.50Speedmaster Pro220028161988 – 1996
145022Speedmaster Pro23983069-69 -71 -74 -76 -78
145.022-68Speedmaster Pro25473260Transitional model
145.012Speedmaster Pro32124111pre-Moon, caliber 321
105.012Speedmaster Pro39014993pre-Moon, caliber 321
105.003Speedmaster (Pro)45015761(Pre-)Pro pre-Moon caliber 321
105.002Speedmaster59697640New reference number, only in 1962
2998Speedmaster8225105282nd generation Speedmaster, 1959-1962
2915Speedmaster21000268801st generation Speedmaster, 1957 – 1959
311.30.42.30.01.00150th Anniversary Model375048002007
3569.31Apollo XI 35th Anniversary44055638Panda
311.30.42.30.01.002Apollo XI 40th Anniversary378148392009
345.0809Moonphase587575201985, limited to 1300 pieces
3565.80Gemini IV 40th Anniversary395450612005
BA 145.022Apollo XI Gold1318816880Gold commemorative model 1969-1972
BA 345.0802Apollo XI Gold72629295Gold commemorative model 1980-1984
3560.50Apollo XI 30th Anniversary278235601999
3595.52Apollo XIII495063361995
3578.51.00Snoopy Award511665482003
311.30.42.30.01.003Apollo XV 40th Anniversary35244510 bracelet with screws
3577.50Moon to Mars28373631
311.32.42.30.04.001Alaska Project369647302008
3594.5057 Replica edition214327431998-2003
3570.40Racing354145322004, Japan market only (ltd)

A detailed overview on vintage Speedmasters (also making the distinction between the different CK2915-1/2/3, CK2998-1/-2/-3/-4/-5/-6/-61/-62 and so on references) can be found on www.speedmaster101.com/price-chart/

  • Corsac

    Would it make sense to include a “picture” column?

    • Robert-Jan Broer

      Hello,

      I guess it would, but the issue is that we have a limited column width on our blog so it won’t fit. I will see if I can make the reference numbers in the column click-able and link to articles we did on the mentioned reference numbers. In the meanwhile you can also use our search box to look-up the different models or click Speedy Tuesday in the menu and go from there.

      RJ

  • Kyle

    Nice article. A picture beside each model in the table would be even more helpful.

  • Julian

    Gaining knowledge about watches is relatively straightforward. Although, the only way of finding out about the watchmaking process is more of a challenge as this requires speaking with people in the industry. Another area that’s difficult to navigate is the valuation of timepieces.

    The start of a price/valuation list is very much appreciated as it is an area that most private buyers are at a disadvantage when negotiating a purchase of a secondhand/vintage timepiece.

    For instance, I’m about to purchase a moonphase 3689.30.31 with a leather and a stainless steel speedmaster bracelet. What valuation would you put on this purchase?

  • Morten

    What about cal: 3692.30?

  • Johnno

    prices seem low – obviously not up to date?

    • Hi @Johnno,

      This article was written in 2014 as you can see above. There haven’t been updates since on this price table. We will get onto it soon.

      FW

      • Looking forward to it! Also interesting in seeing the 3572.50 on that list if you were planning on it.