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    Re: Let's See Your Vintage Seikos

    Time to chime in.........

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    Wow. Every time I think this thread is losing steam, there is another series of amazing posts.
    In reverse order of acquisition: ROLEX Explorer I / SEIKO SRP775 Turtle Reissue / SEIKO 6139-6002 "Pogue" (blue dial) / SEIKO 6105-8119 / NOMOS Zurich / OMEGA Speedmaster 3750.50 / SEIKO 6106 Sea Lion / OMEGA Aqua Terra 2503.33 / SEIKO Orange Monster / OMEGA 1959 cal. 500 Seamaster / LONGINES tank c. 1940s

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    Re: Let's See Your Vintage Seikos


    Loyswatch 6309-7040

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    Re: Let's See Your Vintage Seikos

    What a great thread to review on a Sunday morning. Excellent contributions from everyone!
    My first, but not last, vintage Seiko.
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    Very cool SeikoPsycho!
    Current collection:
    Omega Planet Ocean 42mm, cal 8500
    Omega Speedmaster 3570.50, ca. 2009
    Seiko Orange Monster SRP309
    Casio G-Shock Atomic Mudman GW-9300
    Timez Analog Perpetual Date
    Majestyk M-1 LED Red Quartz
    Movado Juro

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    Re: Let's See Your Vintage Seikos

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Pierce View Post
    What a great thread to review on a Sunday morning. Excellent contributions from everyone!
    My first, but not last, vintage Seiko.
    dP
    Gorgeous!

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    Better late than never....

    Vintage Seikos, currently my favorite topic!




































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    Re: Awesome watches guys!....joslar, that NOS 6309 is just spectacular

    I love this one, I bought it to replace one just like it I got rid of a while back. Unfortunately, it's not running now. I'm tempted to try and get it fixed.
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    Re:Vintage Seikos

    Wow @ stophmaster, what a collection - colour me jealous!

    Just got the King Quartz 0853-8035 in today off the 'bay, serial #672319. Got in a minor bidding war, I had to have it because of the textured dial but still happy at $200 landed to me. It's in extraordinary condition, not a mark on the case or crystal or dial, and just minor stretching of the bracelet. I forget the dating convention so I'm not 100% sure of the age of any of these - would the King ((EDIT appears to be 1976)). The 6139-7101 chrono serial #7N0687 (1977?) is a redial, and is on wjean mesh. The gold-tone 6533-8019 has been mine since new but I forget when that was, serial #566716 ('75? '85?). It's about due for a new strap, but it doesn't get rotation time so I'm in no hurry.




    I'll cheat and show their current model siblings. The middle one at least has vintage inspired aesthetics.
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    Re: Better late than never....

    one from the 1970's.......


    one from the 1990's
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