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    GWF-T1030E-9 #1/333

    I have no affiliation here, though I do think it is newsworthy that #1 one of this is also available privately. Is this the same seller as GW-T5030C #1/200??

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    And #333 is the other ¥1,029,000 item.

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    Re: GWF-T1030E-9 #1/333

    Oh. My. Stars! Drool.. If I had $10k laying around I would definitely go for it. 333 is almost more intriguing. Is it the same seller with 001 and 333? How could that be possible?
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    Re: GWF-T1030E-9 #1/333

    Please do not show me these kinds of things.... big danger of ruining myself...

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    Re: GWF-T1030E-9 #1/333

    I'm really impressed these #1s are out there. Really thought they would be retained by Casio or their execs. Although, at ¥1m, definitely a serious investment.

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    Re: GWF-T1030E-9 #1/333

    Quote Originally Posted by MCZK View Post
    I'm really impressed these #1s are out there. Really thought they would be retained by Casio or their execs. Although, at ¥1m, definitely a serious investment.
    Casio always keep 000 in their museum. So all between #1 and #333 are out on the market. Casio will usually also use a few samples that can be showed at various exhibitions such as Shock The World. So in case of this Froggie maybe around 340 pieces were made in total.

    Me personally do not pay too much attention to a specific number. I like all of them the same. After all they were all made on the same day in a single batch.
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    Re: GWF-T1030E-9 #1/333

    Definitely agreed on all comments. Rest assured I'm not bidding on either of them.

    A basic curiosity for me: the #1 GW-T5030 had an unusually perfect screwback alignment. I just wonder if that is the case here as well.

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    Re: GWF-T1030E-9 #1/333

    Quote Originally Posted by Chrisek View Post
    Definitely agreed on all comments. Rest assured I'm not bidding on either of them.

    A basic curiosity for me: the #1 GW-T5030 had an unusually perfect screwback alignment. I just wonder if that is the case here as well.

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    It doesn't appear to be aligned. So I think the 001/200 GW-t5030 is by chance (making it even more special).

    I can see someone paying $10,000 for something like this. That one guy, where was he from (Hong Kong?) who had over 1,000 G-shocks, all the rare and expensive vintages, and frogman, and collabs... I could see him buying it.
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    GWF-T1030E-9 #1/333

    Quote Originally Posted by kung-fusion View Post
    It doesn't appear to be aligned. So I think the 001/200 GW-t5030 is by chance (making it even more special).

    I can see someone paying $10,000 for something like this. That one guy, where was he from (Hong Kong?) who had over 1,000 G-shocks, all the rare and expensive vintages, and frogman, and collabs... I could see him buying it.
    Yep I'm pretty sure this Froggy will stay in SE Asia Talking about Hong Kong the following number plate had been sold for 1.4 Mio HK$ = 180,568 US$. So everything is possible if it comes to special numbers et cetera et cetera


    "1 L0VE U"
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    P.S. Wonder about the value of the car
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    Re: GWF-T1030E-9 #1/333

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    Re: GWF-T1030E-9 #1/333

    The same seller is selling 222/333 for half the price... Pretty cool number but I'm not paying nearly $5k for it. Cheers!

    http://page19.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/j...ion/x310380286

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