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Old 08-21-2019, 10:38 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Thank you sirs.

Am happy i have them in my stable.

Will make sure to allot time for all of them.


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...and wearing them often brings them even closer to your heart!
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Old 08-22-2019, 04:41 AM   #27 (permalink)
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Wearing the 62Mas reissue today.

The first of the 6 that i owned.



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Wearing the 62Mas reissue today.

The first of the 6 that i owned.



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I really like this one, it never gets boring, I see one from time to time and it is just amazing, that style and versatility, can't be beaten. That's one great watch collection btw!
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Thanks. Wearing the predecessor today.

No more lume pip.


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Ty sir. But i think and hope this it for me and seiko diver reissues. Never really a fan of the tunas.

Was curious once and got one. Tried to sell to no avail.

Then bought two more just because part of zimbe series.

They do unexpectedly (since they dont look it) wear well and comfy.


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Now THAT is a collection. Crass question: are we looking at over/under $16,000 worth of watches in the box?
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At RRP/SRP? At current market value? Or my acquisition cost?


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Acquisition cost.....the top row watches would be around $4000 each, in my rough estimate, leaving another $4000 to cover the three vintage pieces. Or am I nuts?
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Just checked now. My acquisition cost for the six pieces is around USD28.5K. Includes shipping and taxes.


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[QUOTE=pongster;2833333]Just checked now. My acquisition cost for the six pieces is around USD28.5K. Includes shipping and taxes.


Cooler than a $28k Rolex or similar
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You really have some beautiful Vintage Seiko's I was thinking of 6306-7000x on my mind lately I see so few 6306s Or maybe I just Miss seeing them at times Im not Looking?? So I will try to post a Few. They do Deserve Some LOVE. Russell. I keep going back to look Vintage Seiko's are Just SWEET.

6306-7000 April 1976. Very Early If Im not mistaken The 6306 and 6309 were Released at the same time in 1976 I just don't remember the First Month??
6306-7001 July 1978 With the Bracelet
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Wearing the 62Mas reissue today.

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That is So Stunning. And it was a Great point about the Lug Holes in the Reissue I did notice that when I was Drooling I wish every watch I have had lug Holes. Im just a Klutz Russell
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Just checked now. My acquisition cost for the six pieces is around USD28.5K. Includes shipping and taxes.


Cooler than a $28k Rolex or similar

Wow was I ever off in my appraisal! I sometimes consider what it would be like to roll my own (far more modest) collection into a single piece. Like that 6159 you have...
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