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Hello Everyone,

For the last year or so I've been studying the Speedtimer pieces and especially the 6139 family and I've been trying to ascertain which Speedtimers are the rarest of them all, The Grail of Grail pieces. I do realize for most the Pogue is one of them but if one were to really hunker down you would probably find one. So I would love to know your Top 5 Speedtimers that you've probably seen one piece in the last 5 or so years.

Thank You,

S
 

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Two 6139s I have on my list to look out for are the 6139-7010 which is definitely a rare beast, and a 6139-6032 which isn't exactly rare, but it's a lot less common than the plain yellow or blue pogues.
 

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6139-7010 which is definitely a rare beast
Very rarely seen for sale in the past few years, really one of the most interesting dials of all the 6139 series. There is one for sale at the moment on Yahoo.jp if anyone is interested.
 

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Per Jack W's recent FS post, the 6139-600x 'half moon' is rare..

I tend to agree as I've never seen another posted (but who am I! lol)


 

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I think this is more rare. When was the last time you saw one?

 

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Regarding 6138, ...

..., how many of you have ever seen this?

 

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Regarding 6138, ...

..., how many of you have ever seen this?
You mean this one?



;-)

Bracelet is not original unfortunately, but given that the watch is really HTF I made an excuse there and fitted it onto a razor.

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Hermann
 

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My yellow speedtimer says hi ..

the hands are incorrect, it needs a crystal, but otherwise all OK ..
manufactured in May 1969 :)

 
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