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  1. Member Galleries
    MY COLLECTION Specifications: The Watch Site Archive Model Number: 4006-6031 Movement: 4006A | Automatic Serial No: 220249 Case: Gold-plated brass Bracelet: Coffin link gold-plated brass Water Resistance: ? m Crystal: Plastic Plexi (Acrylic) Glass Strap: 20 mm Case Size: 39 mm Thickness: 14...
  2. BELLMATICS FORUM
    Specifications: The Watch Site Archive Model Number: 4006-6031 Movement: 4006A | Automatic Serial No: 220249 Case: Gold-plated brass Bracelet: Coffin link gold-plated brass Water Resistance: ? m Crystal: Plastic Plexi (Acrylic) Glass Strap: 20 mm Case Size: 39 mm Thickness: 14 mm Jewels: 17...
  3. Mod & Restoration Reviews (Mod/Restored Watches)
    Specifications: The Watch Site Archive Model Number: 4006-6031 Movement: 4006A | Automatic Serial No: 220249 Case: Gold-plated brass Bracelet: Coffin link gold-plated brass Water Resistance: ? m Crystal: Plastic Plexi (Acrylic) Glass Strap: 20 mm Case Size: 39 mm Thickness: 14 mm Jewels: 17...
  4. BELLMATICS FORUM
    Hello guys, I'm glad to join this forum as a Bell-matic amateur. To tell you briefly the story my grand-father had one 6010 with black/anthracite dial from 1970 and I wanted to find exactly the same Belle. I just ordered it on the Bay (already waiting for the postman to ring...) but mine is a...
  5. THE JAPANESE WATCH DISCUSSION FORUM
    I posted this in another forum a while back and thought I'd share this here. This is a Bell-Matic 4006-6011 that I got sometime in October last year. The photos in the listing were not the best but was enough to convince me to pursue it. It was one of those very late nights trolling the bay...
  6. SEIKO & CITIZEN TRADING POST
    I HAVE FOR SALE A GENUINE ONE OWNER NOVEMBER 1970 4006-6010 17J BELL-MATIC. ALL ORIGINAL AND COMES WITH ITS ORIGINAL BOX AND PAPERS. PURCHASED HERE IN MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA IN 1973. RUNS VERY WELL, ALARM IS STRONG AND LOUD. GOLD PLATE IS GREAT. looking FOR $300US VIA PAYPAL. PREFER PAYMENT TO...
  7. SEIKO & CITIZEN TRADING POST
    This black dial rarity looks like it did out of the box back in November 1968. No indication of case polishing, movement serviced within the past 12 months, and truly remarkable time-keeping for a vintage automatic. Hate to let it go, but, as they say, "Baby needs a new pair of shoes." Serious...
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