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Old 01-08-2012, 11:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Just been doing a box tidy up so a good opportunity for a picture or two.


There seems to be loads of these i think you could dedicate your collecting life to these no problem


Lets see what you have.



Storage is always a bit of a problem don't you think, some of the ones in the States look real good at a great price but by the time shipping etc added on they can work out pricey







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Awesome collection!

I've got a 1984 7a38-7080. I'm still searching for a pvd bracelet (now on a stainless bracelet) and I'm a bit afraid to change the crystal, which requires me to remove the diving ring. I'm afraid to damage the pvd case, so I keep the scratched crystal for a while, it's not that bad

seller's pic, I stil have to make one...



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I have had a few - this is my current



This one was a peach


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A few that I have picked up through the years......


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A few that I have picked up through the years......



Wow Mike some BEAUTIES in there...............
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Wow Mike

Two Vulcans, two proper Aliens and some of the rarest JDM 7a38's I have ever seen..

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my meagre Dan Braun special... )
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Tiger, I feel like I am at a restaurant where I have choices from columns A, B, or C and everything looks delicious!
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Really Guys, Do You Have any Idea What The exposure to these Watches is doing to Me I am turning into a Chrono............
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Wow Mike

Two Vulcans....
Those two yellow-faced are 7A28's. The Vulcan is a 7A38.
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I have a soft spot for Seiko Quartz, yet dont own any 7A28 or 38.

This is partly because the 7A28 doesnt have a date. However I'm still on the lookout for a 7A38 grail.

TheTigerUk - That gold dialed with SS body does look amazing though.
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Some really smart watches there.
I have a 7A28 but seldom wear it as I prefer Seiko automatics, especially 61XX series.
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Those two yellow-faced are 7A28's. The Vulcan is a 7A38.
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TheTigerUk - That gold dialed with SS body does look amazing though.

Thanks, that is actually a 7A28-7049 but the original movement and dial had been ruined by a battery leak, i now have a NOS dial and hands for the 7049 but just need a donor movement, i was going to use the gold one in it already but just too nice to part out.
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Guys,great 7A chronos!
Tiger,your 7A collection is awesome


I like especially the 7A28 with the diver bezel but they're quite pricey in MINT condition..
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Late to the feast as usual!


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I was even later to the feast than Bartleby so I thought I'd wait until this Sunday and give this thread a bit of a bump. Here's the SOTC for my 7A's (most of them anyway .


7A28's

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[color=#444444]7A48's

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[color=#444444]7A34's
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[color=#444444]I haven't added much in ages. Gone are the days when you could pick up a good example for a few quid.

[color=#444444]Kind regards
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Just been doing a box tidy up so a good opportunity for a picture or two.


There seems to be loads of these i think you could dedicate your collecting life to these no problem


Lets see what you have.



Storage is always a bit of a problem don't you think, some of the ones in the States look real good at a great price but by the time shipping etc added on they can work out pricey



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I'll take... top left, and bottom right. Model numbers, please?



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I was even later to the feast than Bartleby so I thought I'd wait until this Sunday and give this thread a bit of a bump. Here's the SOTC for my 7A's (most of them anyway .


7A28's

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[color=#444444]7A38's

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[color=#444444]7A48's

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[color=#444444]7A34's

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[color=#444444]I haven't added much in ages. Gone are the days when you could pick up a good example for a few quid.

[color=#444444]Kind regards
[color=#444444]Dave

WOW Dave that must be THE BEST collection in the world ?? or not far short at any rate, some "minty" beauties there
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I'll take... top left, and bottom right. Model numbers, please?

Top left 7A28-7040/9 and bottom right 7A28-7030
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WOW Dave that must be THE BEST collection in the world ?? or not far short at any rate, some "minty" beauties there
Cheers John, not THE BEST I'm sure but I'm happy enough with it. I can never understand why the 7A34's aren't more collectible? People seem to be put off by the date position at 12 o'clock but it's not dissimilar to the Rolex President which has the day positioned at 12. Personal taste I suppose but I like it and if it keeps the price down - great!
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