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Old 12-08-2019, 09:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello All,
I’m thinking I got a reworked watch here. Just trying to see how bad it is. Looks to be a original 8009T “resist” dial but in a 8119 case. Weren’t most of the fake 8009 dials done in “proof”?
I was never good at figuring out hands but the seconds hand seems to be original later 8119? Not sure on the rest.
Any observations would be welcome. Thanks.
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You are most likely good here. I understood the -8000/8009 dials are the same as -8110/8119. Don’t think dial codes match case back codes, those are the unusual ones.

of course proof vs resist is just a matter of manufacturing date and your June 1983 would be resist.
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Weren’t most of the fake 8009 dials done in “proof”?
Most Aftermarket 6105 Dials were done in "resist" although FAKE-osis is also making a Fake Proof Dial. Both the early 6105-800X and later 6105-811X use the same dials (Proof or Resist). Both the 8110 (Japan Domestic Market) and 8119 (International Market) use the exact same parts with the only difference being the model number on the caseback.

To my eye your 6105-8119 looks All Good - Very Good. Original Dial, Hands, and Bezel Insert. Case looks good, Desirable Horseshoe Caseback, and Daini 6105 B with chamfered edges.

Beautiful Watch - Congratulations. Enjoy!

Late Edit: Looking closer I'm not so sure about the Hands but the Sweep Seconds looks good to me

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8000T is proof, 8009T is resist, whether in a 1st or 2nd gen case.
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8000T is proof, 8009T is resist, whether in a 1st or 2nd gen case.
That's what I was thinking
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Both the 8110 (Japan Domestic Market) and 8119 (International Market) use the exact same parts with the only difference being the model number on the caseback.
Hmm... I think 8000 and 8110 are JDM, and RoW... 8009 and 8119 are USA market.
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