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I couldn't find that reference number but I had a couple of funky 70's cases that used a thick casing ring like that. This 6106-5549 is one example of a design that uses a thick casing ring.
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There's no part number search, you need either a movement number or a complete case code xxxx-xxxx, you look at the resulting parts list and then clicking on said part will bring up what other movement/case
that part is also used on/in.(movements listed by manufacturer, at the bottom of page, in BLUE)
 

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The format is "SEK CS#xxx-xxx" for case parts. "Sek xxxx" for movement parts. SEK is for Seiko.

I recently learned that older Pulsar uses SEK. So, a Pulsar Y514 is under SekY514.
 

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Also Shirojiri and Hamazawa have Seiko content.
 
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