Hey folks... This is my first Seiko. A "5" model. I believe its early 70s, perhaps late 60s? Any one who might know, please chime in. Its an automatic, day and date. All functions working flawlessly. The dial is a wonderful iridescent light pearl blue grey. Very subtle and hard to photograph. The first photo is the truest I can get, so far. Daylight shots are sort of flat. I will add a photo of the case back. I had to keep resizing my photos to get them up. Forgot to resize the back shot photo. The #s and letters, for what its worth, because Im not sure what they are a reference to is 0N3951.
As an added benefit, the band is little used and very nice supple leather. The crown is at 4 and recessed for a nice sleek look. Albeit a little hard to manipulate. Im wanting info on the "5" line. From my research they seem to be not one model type in particular. Any chimes ringing? All in all Im very happy with it. Any and all comments welcome. Thanks.
If you look on eflat at item # 1211295594454 ( disclaimer:in no way associated with the sale of this particular watch) you will see the color. The seller did a very good job of capturing it. Funny, not the rest of the watch, though Im assuming it looks like mine in case form. I would create a link but Im a technical luddite and have had no sucess when I have tried. But pictured there at that # is the wonderous color of the dial.