From the pics it appears to be a clean example. A few items that are typically found on these are spots or little specks on the dial and varying degrees of hand corrosion from moisture intrusion. This one seems to be in good nick from that perspective. One of the other these have issues with the gear that rotates the internal bezel which are not easy to source. How does the caseback look?
If the movt is not functioning properly a swap is not difficult and easy to find.
I agree with aladin that the bracelet is a more modern seiko or other type.
Hi steve. Excellent catch. these old 6119's are every harder to find without them being mishadled by someone. The case could use a little work. Swedefreak is a good person to restore the metal back to spec. to answer your question, no, that is not the original bracelet.
The sushi rolls are nice. There were several 6119 models from the early 1970s that had those metal dials (in blue, green and silver, too) and they seem to have survived better than average. Here's mine: