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Yup - one knows when you have far too many watches when you find that you have 2 with the same serial number.
 

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Could they be a decade apart? (very interested)

I would believe a skx007/9 would have same model number as they have been around since the mid 90s.
it could also have been possible with some 6309s as they had a longer than 10 year run too I believe.
 

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He didn't say they were the same model, or make even...

Could they be a decade apart? (very interested)

I would believe a skx007/9 would have same model number as they have been around since the mid 90s.
it could also have been possible with some 6309s as they had a longer than 10 year run too I believe.
 

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I know, but it would be cool if they were the same.

To hit upon the same number that only comes up every 10 years is pretty cool.
 

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Hi Chaps.

They are different models. To be honest - and i know this is gonna sound odd - but i am not even sure which ones they are.

Sad i know - but I log all my watch purchases, battery changes etc (Yup i know the regularity of battery changes for most Seiko movements), if i sell, or modify etc. Each watch has its own A4 page which are kept in serial number order. When slotting a new purchase in the folder, i noticed that it had the same s/n as the proceeding one. Now i will just have to find the watches in question
 
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