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    Re: HOW TO BUY A SEIKO 6139-600x CHRONOGRAPH - A Collector's Buying Guide

    Here are some pics of a 1969 Pogue I just acquired. It's a JDM and all original so a great barometer to measure against if you are looking to buy one.
    50th anniversary next year!

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    Re: HOW TO BUY A SEIKO 6139-600x CHRONOGRAPH - A Collector's Buying Guide

    Hi,

    Is there anyone in this forum that knows if this is an original Seiko Pogue 6139 6002. Bought it for 10 years ago on ebay and almost forgot about it until I found it in my safe the other day... How do you see if a Seiko Pogue is original?

    Thanks for your help guys! :)



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    Re: HOW TO BUY A SEIKO 6139-600x CHRONOGRAPH - A Collector's Buying Guide

    The sub dial second hand looks straight and should be tear drop shaped.
    Dial looks like a replacement as there is no factory marker.

    I am no expert btw so there maybe more signs.
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    Re: HOW TO BUY A SEIKO 6139-600x CHRONOGRAPH - A Collector's Buying Guide

    Quote Originally Posted by trott3r View Post
    The sub dial second hand looks straight and should be tear drop shaped.
    Dial looks like a replacement as there is no factory marker.

    I am no expert btw so there maybe more signs.


    Thanks a lot for your answer trott3r! :)

    So it might be a frankenstein watch or just a replica. The interesting thing for me is if there is anything that is original so that I can sell it as parts.

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    Re: HOW TO BUY A SEIKO 6139-600x CHRONOGRAPH - A Collector's Buying Guide

    Very nice example you have there!

    Quote Originally Posted by todoroki View Post
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    Re: HOW TO BUY A SEIKO 6139-600x CHRONOGRAPH - A Collector's Buying Guide

    Hi guys,
    I was wondering if anyone can tell me if this is an original 6139 dial?
    It doesn't look new as it has some corrosion but there is some "spacing in the sub-seconds markers.
    Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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    Re: HOW TO BUY A SEIKO 6139-600x CHRONOGRAPH - A Collector's Buying Guide

    Hi guys,
    I was wondering if anyone can tell me if this is an original 6139 dial?
    It doesn't look new as it has some corrosion but there is some "spacing in the sub-seconds markers.
    Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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    Re: HOW TO BUY A SEIKO 6139-600x CHRONOGRAPH - A Collector's Buying Guide

    I'm no expert here, but just by comparing the positioning of the dial code, your dial looks similar to some aftermarket dials on eBay.

    Quote Originally Posted by BVItalia View Post
    Hi guys,
    I was wondering if anyone can tell me if this is an original 6139 dial?
    It doesn't look new as it has some corrosion but there is some "spacing in the sub-seconds markers.
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    Re: HOW TO BUY A SEIKO 6139-600x CHRONOGRAPH - A Collector's Buying Guide

    Quote Originally Posted by BVItalia View Post
    Hi guys,
    I was wondering if anyone can tell me if this is an original 6139 dial?
    It doesn't look new as it has some corrosion but there is some "spacing in the sub-seconds markers.
    Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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    99% sure it’s original.

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    Re: HOW TO BUY A SEIKO 6139-600x CHRONOGRAPH - A Collector's Buying Guide

    Quote Originally Posted by ffnc1020 View Post
    99% sure it’s original.
    Please take notice of the alignment and positioning details of the dial code...that could be the 1%!
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