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Hey all,


I'm a long-time collector of all kinds of stuff (mostly WW2 militaria) but have recently gotten back into mechanical watches, with a focus on Seiko. Prior to this I mostly collected post-war dress watches and military models. Here are my main daily wearers, starting with my new 6139 that Ken is currently working on! It came out of an estate sale in Ohio, and I just can't wait to get it back.









My daily wearer - a new SKX007K2:


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My 6139-8237 that I externally restored myself - internally it was fine. I decided to leave the faded second hand as-is. I'm a big believer in originality. I'm currently looking for the correct stainless band that it came with.


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and finally, my 1950 Omega 351 bumper on a vintage grosgrain band:




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Hi Spencer,welcome to the Nut house!!! ;D .....You will love it here.One big happy family my friend.
Get stuck in and get some more bought.Its a Disease we all seem to have.Neilo.Great collection by the way.That Omega is Gorgeous as is the Blue Seiko. ;)
Spencer said:
Hey all,


I'm a long-time collector of all kinds of stuff (mostly WW2 militaria) but have recently gotten back into mechanical watches, with a focus on Seiko. Prior to this I mostly collected post-war dress watches and military models. Here are my main daily wearers, starting with my new 6139 that Ken is currently working on! It came out of an estate sale in Ohio, and I just can't wait to get it back.









My daily wearer - a new SKX007K2:


[img]




My 6139-8237 that I externally restored myself - internally it was perfect


[img]




and finally, my 1950 Omega 351 bumper on a vintage grosgrain band:




[img]http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4054/4561491893_229d294095_b.jpg
 
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