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    Sharing my 2015 SOTC - it's been a crazy year.

    It took a while to assemble, but I’m happy to share my SOTC with y’all.

    2015 additions bolded.

    Getting right to it, the Japanese divers:
    62Mas: ‘67 Daini, ‘67 ‘Ghost’, ‘67 Suwa; ‘67 6215-7000, ‘68 6159-7001, ‘81 2205-4090 (wife’s)
    ‘70 6105-8000, ‘70 6105-8110 Proof/Proof, ‘74 6105-8119; ‘75 6159-7010 (seller’s pic, watch en route), ‘79 7549-7010
    ‘87 6309-7049; SBDX011, SBGA071, ‘6? Citizen Skin Diver



    Grand Seiko: ‘61 3180 (since claimed by my wife), ‘64 43999, ‘66 6245-9000; ‘63 3180 in platinum, ‘64 46999 (seller’s pic, watch en route), SBGA011



    Chronographs: ‘69 Zenith A386, ‘72 Seiko 6139-6005, ‘71 Hamilton Pan Europ; Zenith Striking 10ths, Omega 3570.50, Seiko IZUL SDAA003; ‘71 6138-8000, Omega 3689.30.31, ‘76 6138-0040


    Swiss divers: ‘66 Omega Seamaster 165.024, ‘61 Vulcain Nautical; DOXA SUB750T COSC, DOXA SUB 600T T-Graph Searambler


    And the rest: ‘67 Rolex GMT Matte small triangle, D.Dornblüth & Sohn 99.1; Jaeger-LeCoultre Geophysic, Tribute To Reverso 1931 US Edition


    And, after 9 months of waiting my Eichi II arrives in January!
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    That’s it for me right now. I have a few more but I intend to sell them so I left them out.

    In addition to the GS 3180 and 2205-4090 above, my wife has a few other things.

    Here are her other Seikos: Hi-beat: ‘69 1964-0010, ‘68 1964-0020, ‘72 1984-3000 VFA (seller’s pic, en route); Queen Seiko Special 2539, Queen Seiko in platinum, 7c17-8000 watch for the blind; ‘61 Laurel Alpinist, ‘71 King Seiko Special 5245-6000, ‘72 King Seiko Special 5245-7000; ‘83 7a28-7020 (Bond Chrono), ‘72 6138-8000, ‘59 Crown


    … and her non-Seikos: Chanel J12 H2423, Cartier Tank Francaise small, Tiffany&Co Resonator, Sinn 556I


    Thanks WUS for the space and this opportunity to take stock.

    Happy New Year, everybody!

    -ES
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    Re: Sharing my 2015 SOTC - it's been a crazy year.

    Holy moly! Well done.
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    Re: Sharing my 2015 SOTC - it's been a crazy year.

    Very nice
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    Re: Sharing my 2015 SOTC - it's been a crazy year.

    And, for fun, as long as most of them are out - a little lineup shot.
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    Re: Sharing my 2015 SOTC - it's been a crazy year.

    Quote Originally Posted by MediumRB View Post
    Holy moly! Well done.
    exactly what came out aloud.

    i really like that geophysics!
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    Re: Sharing my 2015 SOTC - it's been a crazy year.

    You've got a lot of redundant Swiss watches there but I won't hold that against you

    Your Seiko collection is truly fantastic! The important point also being that you know WHAT to collect! Your incoming Eichi will truly ordain you as a God among men

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    Re: Sharing my 2015 SOTC - it's been a crazy year.

    Bravo, sir.

    Every time I see a beautifully preserved Pogue like that, I realise I don't have one. And my heart weeps. A tiny part of my soul dies.

    Can I have yours?
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    Re: Sharing my 2015 SOTC - it's been a crazy year.

    Quote Originally Posted by Domo View Post
    You've got a lot of redundant Swiss watches there but I won't hold that against you

    Your Seiko collection is truly fantastic! The important point also being that you know WHAT to collect! Your incoming Eichi will truly ordain you as a God among men
    Haha. Thanks, Domo - appreciate it.
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    Re: Sharing my 2015 SOTC - it's been a crazy year.

    Quote Originally Posted by LordBrettSinclair View Post
    Bravo, sir.

    Every time I see a beautifully preserved Pogue like that, I realise I don't have one. And my heart weeps. A tiny part of my soul dies.

    Can I have yours?
    Haha - sorry no. But, IMO the Pogue is the single best value in the whole collection, and I count the watch for the blind my wife loves, which only cost $5.

    If you're chasing one, the two best ways to go are a yellow 6139-6005 two-line 'resist' model like mine which matches The Pogue:
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    ... or an early '69 6139-6000. Good Luck!

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