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Thanks everyone for your comments.
The irony is the seller didn't even know the dial read SIEKO instead of SEIKO
He said it may have been an error in the production run !
The dial reads - 7S26-0094 but the case reads 7S26-8750 - 21 Jewels
The Movement is a 7009A -17 Jewel
So yes a hotchpotch of parts - and that's all it's good for. (y)
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The watchmaking arm of Siemens 😂???
 

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I'll reveal what I've picked up at the end.
Keep writing down your observations.
 

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Usually dials out of India say "Japan Made".

Pretty pathetic IMO that they couldn't spell Seiko correctly - even for a fake.
 
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Probably to avoid IP infringement. Very considerate of them. Spares the wearer of sporting a fake. :LOL:
It's unique! It's Rare! It's a on-of-a-kind! It's a factory error!

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A see a lot of Seiko watches on eBay from India and avoid them like the plague.
They do have some unique looking pieces though, but we're all too sharp to fall prey ! :cool:
 

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A see a lot of Seiko watches on eBay from India and avoid them like the plague.
They do have some unique looking pieces though, but we're all too sharp to fall prey ! :cool:
I have collected all my pieces from flea markets in India. If you know what you are buying there are some fabulous deals to be had. It is just that good original watches are getting harder and harder to find anywhere at the right price.
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