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Seiko GS
GRAND SEIKO Ref.6146-8000

Year of production 1967 | No original box | No original papers
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Listing code GBXUM2
Brand Seiko
Model GS
Reference number 6146-8000
Dealer product code 15285
Movement Automatic
Case material Steel
Year of production 1967
Scope of delivery
No original box, no original papers
Location Japan, Tokyo
Price ¥198,000 (= $1,452)
Availability Item needs to be procured


Movement Automatic
Movement/Caliber 6146A


Case material Steel
Case diameter 37.1 mm


Lug width 18 mm


This is an automatically translated text.
Serial: 81 +++++
Overhauled: Yes
Strap: Lizard Leather
It is the first domestically produced 10-vibration self-winding model 61GS. It is an early model among the 8000, and the dial does not have the 36000 notation. In addition, the winding rotor will be engraved with GRAND SEIKO. The case side has a rounded shape, but the top surface and the tip of the lug are cut to create an excellent design. The dial has a delicate silver sunray finish, and the hands and indexes have black on the top to improve reading performance.
The case is a wonderful proportion that has never been polished in the past. The facets of that time are preserved, and the switching between the mirror surface and the hairline is beautiful. There are few small scratches and you can feel the freshness. The dial has no aging and the silver color is clear. The hands and indexes are slightly dull, but they are not noticeable to the naked eye. We have overhauled it at our shop, so you can use it immediately after purchase.
Grand Seiko with no useless design. You can enjoy 61GS, which can be said to be the most matured machine of self-winding Grand Seiko.
Japan's world-class watch brand . The 1960s was a time when mechanical wristwatches had developed to the point of completion, and Seiko had caught up with and overtook the world in both the precision competition field and the mass production field. At the same time, the "electronicization of watches" progressed, and with the launch of the world's first quartz wristwatch in December 1969, it was also a time when Seiko was about to make a major shift from mechanical wristwatches to quartz wristwatches.

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