#5749 Seiko Bellmatic Alarm watch circa 1972

Seiko Bellmatic Alarm watch circa 1972
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This Seiko Bellmatic all stainless steel automatic alarm watch is in awesome condition for its age, and completely original. It works perfectly, as does the alarm feature. The alarm winds manually with the crown at the 3, the automatic rotor winds the movement. The case back dates this watch to April 1972. The midnight blue, almost black gloss dial is pristine, the crystal is scratch free. The alarm trigger bezel moves counter clockwise by way of the main crown. The alarm set on/off knob at the 2 also acts as a quickset date feature (push in and turn lower crown in reverse, in time set position)). To set day turn hands past 1 AM (lower crown) until day changes then back up to 10 PM and again forward to next day. The watch measures 39mm wide. It’s on a Continue reading “#5749 Seiko Bellmatic Alarm watch circa 1972”

#5597 Omega Genève Dynamic automatic c 1972 – black dial

Omega Genève Dynamic automatic c 1972 - black dial

Status: Available for USD $770 / CAD $960


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Very nice first generation Omega Genève Dynamic automatic cal 565 circa 1972 with rarely seen original black dial, white and black hands and blue seconds hand. The first generation of Omega Dynamics were produced between 1969 to 1972, the serial number 34013033 dates this watch to 1972. The dial is dimpled from age which is not very apparent when seen thru crystal but photo taken with movement out of case shows the age marks. The case is stainless, signed inside and inscribed with four reference numbers that it was used for. The crystal is original, winding crown is signed with Omega logo and bracelet and buckle are original Omega replacements and are signed. This collectable retro timepiece is Continue reading “#5597 Omega Genève Dynamic automatic c 1972 – black dial”