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  1. D.th.munroe

    D.th.munroe Registered User

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    Ww2 era, Seiko 9150.
    It's missing the inner bezel and crystal, but there's a 50/50 chance its here somewhere (alot of the watches I thought were incomplete in all of this stuff I've found the missing parts so keeping my fingers crossed) needs a balance staff and some tlc.
    Dan

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  2. Jeff Hess

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    cool. this post sent me down a rabbit hole/time warp. spent about 2 hours researching this. The best site, was mwr who seem to have this mystery all but solved.... still open... but check it out!Patent 274740 - Seikosha Dust-Proof
     
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    D.th.munroe Registered User

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    Cool thanks Jeff. I had looked for the patent for a while but could not find it.

    I started cleaning and checking the movement today. This one is only a 4 jewel watch the pallets and roller are steel, it is quite worn out and probably not really worth it but still repairable.
     

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