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Re: FS: Rare Seiko 6139 comes in packaging box of that era
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I have the packaging of the so called Seiko 5 logo box that came with the watch from that era.
Do have pictures to show if we communicating through email.


: Selling a unique,rare and hard to find Seiko 6139-6000 from 1969.
: This is Seiko's first ever automatic chronographs (1st few
: batches) produced in history. Caseback shows it was manufactured
: in July 1969 number 1848 piece.

: These models were only sold in Japan before the 6139-6002 arrived
: on the world scene.

: A couple of things to note for this 100% all original with
: Sports 5 bracelet & was serviced since 2016:

: - Stainless steel indicating a notched case with a
: "little smile" just above the "dimpled
: crown" type
: - The deep blue dial is very clean and in very in good condition
: - The lume still intact and quite reasonably clean. All indexes and
: markers are still beautiful
: - Seiko Speedtimer indicated in red below the 12
: marker.
: - 5 SPORTS WATER 70 PROOF at 9 o'clock.
: - The small minute counter on left and right showing JAPAN 6139B at
: 7 o'clock and at 5 o'clock showing 6000T AD model
: type.
: - Red second hands are the 2 piece type of hands
: (with metal on top).
: - The 6139A 21J movement is running strong & keeping excellent
: time. This was used only for JDM models, u can find
: "21J" on the dial under the center of
: the hands.
: - The quickset day/date is also working fine. You can set the day
: in Kanji or in English. Resetting of chronograph
: to 12 is very good too.
: - Original bracelet using the XAA 521 type.







: ***
: - Price: Accepting offers starting from USD 1,100 (I include
: tracking & shipping worldwide)
: - Looking at offers above USD $1,100 to $1,280 for this piece!
: - (Highest offer takes the watch; and will also reserved the right
: to end the bidding at any point time)

: Regards
: Kelvin

: Thanks to chronotrader for the space and everyone for looking!!

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Re: FS: Rare Seiko 6139 comes in packaging box of that era
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