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Old 02-02-2013, 07:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi.

Here are my watches
I Collect mainly LM And KS but some other always sneak in.

A big thanks to my freinds here fore helping me out, you know ho you are



5606-9040 April 69




5606-7010 May 70




5606-7150 March 72




5606-7070 April 72




5601-9000 Jun 75




5626-7110 February 72




5625-7113 April 74




5626-7099 Desember 71




4420-9990 November 66




5245-6000 Desember 70




5246-5009 November 72




6218-8950 February 65

I have some more but they are at my watchmaker at the moment.
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Some Quartz



9923-8050 May 79




7548-7040 Hybrid mod July 84




5H23-5010 Desember 91




V743-8B50 April 08
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7C11-0010 Jun 95
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Nice pictures of a very nice collection there, Kim!

The 4420 is my favorite, but I must say that 5606-707 is a rather rare variant and very nice as well.

Thanks for sharing and looking forward to the updates :-)

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Updated Hermann
Some new and some are back from my watchmaker, more to come.
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Very nice collection, and great photos. The LMs look great. If your ever think of seeking the 7548 hybrid please contact me ... Been looking for one forever.
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I do love the variations you have here, wonderful and some quite rare The 1965 4420 is very nice and will look even better with a newer crown


But the 5606-7010 is very nice, what size is it? I have found in the past that the LM's are a little on the small size for me :
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Thank you Hermann, psrivats and Rod

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I do love the variations you have here, wonderful and some quite rare The 1965 4420 is very nice and will look even better with a newer crown


But the 5606-7010 is very nice, what size is it? I have found in the past that the LM's are a little on the small size for me :
The 7010 is simular sized as the rest of the 5606-7XXX 36-37mm, this watch is going to be a gift fore my brother when he turns 18 in May
If you need a bigger LM some 9XXX series is in the 38-39mm range, the 9040 is a big LM.

The 4420 is from November 66, might be one of the last ones?
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Thank you Hermann, psrivats and Rod

The 7010 is simular sized as the rest of the 5606-7XXX 36-37mm, this watch is going to be a gift fore my brother when he turns 18 in May
If you need a bigger LM some 9XXX series is in the 38-39mm range, the 9040 is a big LM.

The 4420 is from November 66, might be one of the last ones?

Wow, do you have a case back photo, i was lead to believe that the 4420-9990 was a 1965 only construction


I absolutely love the arrow sweep hand, just so subtile, yet such a statement in style. Thinking that they could have just used a straight hand and no one would have even questioned it.


I'll keep an eye out for a 9xxx LM
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Fantastic gathering, Kim thanks for the update!

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But the 5606-7010 is very nice, what size is it? I have found in the past that the LM's are a little on the small size for me :
er... you had one in your hands a couple of weeks back, remember?

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Fantastic gathering, Kim thanks for the update!

er... you had one in your hands a couple of weeks back, remember?

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oh that one........I'm getting old, that's my excuse. Hang on this one doesn't have LM on the dial, that's most likely why I like it.
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Wow, do you have a case back photo, i was lead to believe that the 4420-9990 was a 1965 only construction


I absolutely love the arrow sweep hand, just so subtile, yet such a statement in style. Thinking that they could have just used a straight hand and no one would have even questioned it.


I'll keep an eye out for a 9xxx LM
Here you go Rob

I love this old case back

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So much talk about the 44 Cronometer that i had to go and put it on )



I have a NOS crystal and gasket fore it, just need the crown now
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Here you go Rod

I love this old case back

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So much talk about the 44 Cronometer that i had to go and put it on )



I have a NOS crystal and gasket fore it, just need the crown now

Mate that case bask is simply gorgeous! Are the model details done in a deep etch or just the early badly wearing light etch?

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I don't think its a deep etch but its quite clear. My only other watch I can compare width is the 6218 and that one don't have more than the serial left
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What great collection of Vintage Seiko's
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If you ever want to sell the 6218-8950 Weekdater drop me a line.
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Amazing pieces
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Beautiful! Are all of the stainless steel bracelets original?
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