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I'm new to vintage seikos and 6139-6020 is the one that got me interested. After looking for more than an year finally managed to procure on for around $300 in fairly good condition. After receiving the watch the crystal looked too clean for its age and the dial also has some imperfections.
I'm looking for a white dial and crystal for the watch and any pointers where I can find one are appreciated.
Thanks.

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The crystal is a 350T02ANS0. Easily obtained on ebay.

The dial is best sent to a pro for re-luming. Other than that the dial looks great from the photo
 

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Thanks for the reply. It's not about the lume, if you look closely 7,8 and 9 indices are completely gone.. missing. I haven't noticed before the purchase unfortunately.
Is the dial easily available on eBay?


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Thanks for the reply. It's not about the lume, if you look closely 7,8 and 9 indices are completely gone.. missing. I haven't noticed before the purchase unfortunately.
Is the dial easily available on eBay?


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Almost nothing vintage is 'easily available', it's hit or miss. These are 50 years or so old and new parts long, long out of production. Good news is finding a trashed dial with good indices is easy and the indices can be replaced, then lumed to match.
 

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Almost nothing vintage is 'easily available', it's hit or miss. These are 50 years or so old and new parts long, long out of production. Good news is finding a trashed dial with good indices is easy and the indices can be replaced, then lumed to match.
This is good advice. The dial looks blue from the photo … the blue dial is one of the least common for the 6139-6020 Pulsations. This one doesn’t look too bad and IMO is well worth restoring.
 

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Thanks zeke and Scott for chipping in.
It's just the reflection that's making the dial appear blue. It's a black dial actually.
Will look a for another dial for indices replacement. Much appreciated

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