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    Hi all, I've posted some pics on the Japanese watches forum of a 1967 Seiko Sportsmatic, they're great shots (I didn't take them but I think you'll enjoy them)
  2. That 1960 model is great. I like the logo and lettering too, very much a product of its time, but still classy today
  3. Thanks for the feedback Unfortunately as I only recently acquired the watch I don't know too much about its history, I think the crystal is new as it's unblemished, but there is very minor wear on the case which leads me to believe it has simply led a very gentle life.
  4. Thanks Mark! Your 1966 vintage is a beaut, great pic too!
  5. Hi I'm new to the forum but thought I's share some pictures with you of a watch that I really like. Bought it recently on eBay. I really like it as it manages to look retro, but is also very classic and can be worn today without looking out of place. I think it's stood the test of time (no pun intended)!! My son is wearing it at the moment, as he's caught the watch bug too, he's only 10! Ajay
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    Thanks for the warm welcome, will try and get some pics sorted so I can share with you all, though my photography skills aren't upto the level of folks on this forum! Ajay
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    Hi all, just joined the forum. Was drawn to the site by the Sales forum, but just realised I can't do anything until I have enough posts (i.e. 50 posts) under my belt. Oh well 1 down 49 to go :-) My current collection is Raymond Weil Geneve (Wedding present) HMT miltary style (1960's I think) Seiko 5 Sportsmatic (1967) Citizen Eco Drive (Miltary Chrono Style) Montblanc Summit (Purchased in 2006) MKII Kingston (Incoming :-) ) Looking forward to talking watches with you all Ajay
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