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I, like most of us would love the original box and paper work for all my watches but i will never get them and to be honest i wouldent pay the going rate (tight arse :) ).

But i did a quick count up of Seiko/Citizen boxes i have and the total was 12 plus !! :)
 

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I have more than 35, complete even with the cardboard outer box. Probably a number around 50. All with papers, watch tags, back and crown stickers (along with the ones that come with the bracelets), and a small tag of mine with the paid price and date of purchase.
My wifes hates them.


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Good question. Mine are stuffed in a closet. I have a box and original receipt for all of my watches. Something like 60 or so. But only recently have I begun to keep the hang tags.
 

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I do keep everything when buying a new watch from an AD (quick glance in the closet; ~10), but I'm not really convinced if it's worth the extra cost when buying vintage.
 

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Just the one, marked on the bottom 'E-BN26 BOX MADE IN JAPAN' recently rediscovered in a drawer at home, almost certainly came with a Seiko 5 automatic watch that I bought some time in the mid 1970's (found the box, still trying to find the watch :confused:)
 
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