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    Vintage Casio Collection

    How's it goin.

    Been visiting the local swap meets and thrift shops recently and have had some interesting finds that I thought you guys might enjoy. If anyone has any good info on any of the models, please let me know. I was even thinking of selling some if there is any interest.

    PS sorry for the cell phone pic...

    Thanks...

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    1. DW-5300 - Perfect condition no scratches and very little bezel wear
    2. DW-5600c - Great case / module but broken bezel screw :(
    3. DBC-610 Calculator watch
    4. TS-1200 Thermometer watch
    5. DW 5900
    6. PGW-92 Pentagraph basketball watch
    7. DW-280 HD
    8. W-700
    9. Old timex marathon, not much known about this one...
    10. 25th anniversary? Timex triathalon
    11. Vintage seiko digital
    12. G-2000 - bezel intact






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    wow, nice old school stuff u got there. Keep them safe.
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    nice collection there

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    yes, you will find buyers for most of those watches easily! nice find!
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    nice
    Current watch collection is dw-001, dw-002(2), dw-003(2), dw-004(2), dw-5000(13)(dw-5000c-1a(3), dw-5000-1jf, dw-5000sl(3), dw-5000bl2, dw-5025d-8(2), dw-5025b-7(2), dw-50301jr, dw-5030c-1jr, ww-5100c-1, dw-5200(9), dw-5200c-1(8), dw-5200c-9, ww-5300c-1(2), dw-5300(5), dw-5300-1av, dw-5300-1bv(3), dw-5300g-9v, dw-5400(6), dw-5400c-1(4), dw-5400c-9(2), dw-5500, dw5600c(3), dw-5600c-1v(691), dw-5600c-1v(901), dw-5600c-9bv(691), dw-5600e, dw-5700(5), dw-5700c-1v(3), dw-5700c-9v, dw-5700c-9gv(2), dw-5800(2), dw-6100, dw-6600(3), dw-6800, dw-8400, dw-8600(2), dw-8800, dw-9052, dw-9100, dw-9400(2), dw-9500(3), mtg-900, g-100, g-9100, glx-5600, gw-5600j-1, gw-610, gw-300, gw-701d, gw-m5600-1(2) of casio g-shocks and pre g-shock dw-1000(2) and pre g-shock dw-1500 and dw-210(6) and dw-240(2) and dw-260(5) and dw-270(2) and dw-290(2) and few timex ironman and thermometer of timex.

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    Vintage Casio Collection

    I was very interested and wondering if you are going to sell the CASIO TS-1200 Thermometer, if you are I would like to see a close up photograph of it by way of this web-site and I would like to know the condition of the watch and the price you are asking for. In case you lose my contact information here it is:

    Francisco A. Lopez
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    Quote Originally Posted by junker View Post
    How's it goin.

    Been visiting the local swap meets and thrift shops recently and have had some interesting finds that I thought you guys might enjoy. If anyone has any good info on any of the models, please let me know. I was even thinking of selling some if there is any interest.

    PS sorry for the cell phone pic...

    Thanks...

    List:

    1. DW-5300 - Perfect condition no scratches and very little bezel wear
    2. DW-5600c - Great case / module but broken bezel screw :(
    3. DBC-610 Calculator watch
    4. TS-1200 Thermometer watch
    5. DW 5900
    6. PGW-92 Pentagraph basketball watch
    7. DW-280 HD
    8. W-700
    9. Old timex marathon, not much known about this one...
    10. 25th anniversary? Timex triathalon
    11. Vintage seiko digital
    12. G-2000 - bezel intact






    Last edited by Sjors; December 27th, 2013 at 09:46.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cisco119 View Post
    I was very interested and wondering if you are going to sell...
    1) If you click on the name of the original poster, and select "View Profile," you'll see that he hasn't logged on since November, 2011. Two years later, I'm guessing he's probably NOT going to log on any time soon.

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    lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike K View Post
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