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eBay Finds: Seiko 6309 Diver, Polerouter Look-A-Like from Radiant, and More

eBay Finds: Seiko 6309 Diver, Polerouter Look-A-Like from Radiant, and More

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rolex@watchfactoryif.common sense manual for purchasing vintage watches on eBay (look at Part 1 and Part 2 ). So if you’re searching for a vintage watch, however are still a little apprehensive making a plunge into those dinky waters, at that point don’t worry—we’re here to help.  Today, we have another portion of eBay Finds, our arrangement where we feature some incredible vintage jewels searching for another home. Cheerful hunting!


Seiko Diver Ref. 6309-7040

Here is a fair illustration of an exemplary vintage Seiko Ref. 6309-7040. These don’t come up at sell off all that frequently, and when they do they’re generally over-evaluated “buy it now” postings, so this one’s a wonderful amazement. This model seems to be all unique and unpolished. It has a clean Suwa dial with excellent hands and lume. The precious stone has a few scratches, as does the first bezel, however what’s a little patina on a unique vintage instrument watch, isn’t that so?  

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Radiant Automatic

Want the appearance of a Polerouter without burning up all available resources? At that point look at this vintage Radiant, which unquestionably follows exemplary Polerouters (simply take a gander at those bent hauls and the metal hour track). Never knew about Radiant? Me not one or the other, yet the development is an ETA 2454, the dark crosshair dial has a decent patina, the crown is unique and marked, and the watch even comes on a dabs of rice arm band, so brand acknowledgment be accursed! The “buy it now” cost appears to be more than sensible, and I think this one is a genuine bargain.

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’70s Seiko Bell-Matic Ref. 4006-6027

Seiko made many Bell-Matic variations through the model’s run, and this one here is quintessential ’70’s   goodness with its stout pad case, blue bezel, and beautiful dial. Add to all that the first large connection wristband, and you have one crazy vintage piece! The Bell-Matics are truly cool watches, and you can’t locate a more reasonable vintage alert watch anyplace.  

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NOS Endura Diver

I’m generally not a major fanatic of this sort of chrome covered, manual-wind jumper. Indeed, they look decent, yet frequently the chrome cases don’t hold up well. Nonetheless, this Endura appears to be NOS with a clean case, and comes complete with box, papers, and a jungle lash. The dial has extraordinary three-sided lume markers, and that large bolt hour hand looks sharp. These weren’t costly watches some time ago, and as such the container and papers were once in a while kept, so this is a scant find.

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