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Woohoo!


Suspicious Junior Member on the Trading Forum, "Kelly", with an equally suspicious email address! :)


Welcome back Kelly? Good luck with the 6105-8110 dial too! :cool: Those Seikos sucking you back?


- Thomas


P.S. Alright, who bought "my" 6105-8119 from Mighty Mounce? :p Okay, the ding in the bezel at 10 was bugging me, so you can have it! :grin:
 

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He showed up ending last year or so " The Forum ", responded about it.
Something about couple watchs that just did not .........
" CLICK ".
Saw that one and remembered it.
 

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I hope he stops by on the main forum and says hello.

I sure he has now moved up to partner in a fancy high rise oofice on HWY 90.



 

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Doggone!

I thought Kelly had been blown away by a hurricane or something! It would be fun to see him back sharing some of the great photos of his watches and exploits.
 

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It'd be good to see him back, his watch photography skills are astounding.
 

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Kelly M. Rayburn Esq.

Kelly M. Rayburn was a very active, popular member of the old Seiko Citizen forum, and took legendary pictures of his watches with a cheap point & shoot digital camera. I mean really beautiful compositions.

He also was an early Seiko modder, and vintage restoration fan.

But life moved on, and he sold a lot of his watches and seemed to concentrate more on his law career.

He was/is sorely missed by many members, so it is exciting to see the possibility of him being drawn back into the Seiko watch world!

- Thomas
 

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Kelly M. Rayburn was a very active, popular member of the old Seiko Citizen forum, and took legendary pictures of his watches with a cheap point & shoot digital camera. I mean really beautiful compositions.

He also was an early Seiko modder, and vintage restoration fan.

But life moved on, and he sold a lot of his watches and seemed to concentrate more on his law career.

He was/is sorely missed by many members, so it is exciting to see the possibility of him being drawn back into the Seiko watch world!

- Thomas
Thanks for the introduction. Needed that.
 

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Very well put!

Kelly's photography was eye-popping excellent!
Kelly M. Rayburn was a very active, popular member of the old Seiko Citizen forum, and took legendary pictures of his watches with a cheap point & shoot digital camera. I mean really beautiful compositions.

He also was an early Seiko modder, and vintage restoration fan.

But life moved on, and he sold a lot of his watches and seemed to concentrate more on his law career.

He was/is sorely missed by many members, so it is exciting to see the possibility of him being drawn back into the Seiko watch world!

- Thomas
 

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Kelly inspired me...

Because of his beautifully restored 6138-8020 I went on a 5+ year chase for one. Had it all done but the plating job went south quickly. Eventually tracked down all nos externals incl a case....

Guess which image is his and which is mine. :grin:



 
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