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Old 02-13-2016, 04:35 AM   #26 (permalink)
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Old 02-17-2016, 11:36 AM   #27 (permalink)
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Wow you got seven 150m!!!! I am always looking for it too however seems the ones i saw from the market are usually with relume dial...Not easy to find good con.
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im lucky to have one saved in my box.. needed an new dial (aftermarket), but still running great !! any more infos about the series?
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Really ....awesome collection.
How come they all have a different time ?? ;-))
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Very nice, I've not got any of the early mechanical Citizen divers, just these two quartz ones (1979 and 1980).
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Fantastic collection, nice to see them together and so well cared for.
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And then there are other Citizen divers of the period....
Here just arrived today, a 100m Parawater 67-5776 from 1971:



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wow verry nice...i am hunting one and you got seven and my birthyear 1977
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Absolutely amazing!!! Here are mine..... I love them. I don't have them all, there a couple variations in my collection. I bought all of these NOS from a seller in France about 12 years ago.
wow.... all new old stock. amazing stroke of luck . congratulations
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well i have to credit you for my new obsession with Citizen Divers! I read everything I could over on your blog, and its awesome! I couldnt get enough.
I reallt want this one now.
Citizen 150m 62-6198, 4-600851 Y is made in June 1974 (#6 in your list of 7 watches)
as I was born in June 1974, and have always wanted a very cool birth watch!

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this is the only Citizen diver i have. its from 1981and both bezel and dial are in rough shape. would like to leave it untouched though. i still take it swimming.






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I have a couple.
This 52-0110 is a '77 model @Elbskipper77, but not currently for sale sorry.

The 68-5372 doesn't run but is currently being looked at.



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I have a couple.
This 52-0110 is a '77 model @Elbskipper77, but not currently for sale sorry.

The 68-5372 doesn't run but is currently being looked at.



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thats a nice leather strap on your 52-0110. custom made?

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@850champion.
Yes, it's made by a guy on WUS from Belarus. I can't remember his username, but if you search Yuran Straps you'll find him. Very reasonably priced at $35 US shipped. I have several now.


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I have a couple.
This 52-0110 is a '77 model @Elbskipper77, but not currently for sale sorry.

The 68-5372 doesn't run but is currently being looked at.



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well my friend...those two are keepers and that is ok if the 68-5372 is not running...they are beauties....very well done...God Bless,John..
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Truly magnificent guys ! Certainly some world class collections here and the pride level is and should be through the roof. A real display of passion and commitment to a fine marque. WOW. Someone would have to be missing a pulse to not be impressed with these displays, congratulations on great work and great dedication !
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Indeed, what a score. Would love to have at least 1 of them. Too bad the prices have skyrocketet on these nice vintage pieces.
That bubble will burst soon enough, but the prices will likely stabilize and not rise too much higher--if you can find them, that is. That's the trick.
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Wow, I just have 4 of all.
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Wow sir, we'll done.... well done !!!!! I had five Citizen, only one left ! Thank you for sharing.
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Exquisite pieces. Quite inspirational.
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Love the 150 diver really want to add one but so hard to find good ones I will keep looking.
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That bubble will burst soon enough, but the prices will likely stabilize and not rise too much higher--if you can find them, that is. That's the trick.
That old bubble's, been about to burst.... for quite some time.
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Love the Citizen 150 divers they a just so rare now, would you say they are held in higher esteem than a 6105 or a 6306/9
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Thats quite a collection. Congratulations!


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i love all those diver.
great job.
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