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April 19, 2014

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jonnybardo

Hopefully this will satisfy your desire for a bigger watch. I suppose the risk is that it makes all your other watches seem small. In that case, you can sell me the CGT and Tuna.

Angelo

Getting a good deal is a great feeling. A practically new watch like this----is even better than "first owner new" because of the deal. And Johnny, something tells me he's not parting with the Tuna anytime soon!

Angelo

http://www.ebay.com/sch/perfecttime14/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from=

I am waiting for delivery of an old Citizen automatic that I bought from this E-Bay seller in India. It's interesting---it appears that they are taking vintage watches (including Seiko and Citizen----I've even seen an Orient) and refurbishing them. The dial colors don't appear to be original----I think they're are producing new dials and assuming quite a lot of creative liberties with the design, keeping the manufacturers name/logo but going with period incorrect colors/designs. Most of these watches have new bands, some have new crystals and as I said, the dials look new. It seems the only thing "original" is the movement and case. They claim that the movements are gone over to make sure they're in perfect working condition. Buyers receiving the watches seem to like them (based on the ratings/comments). And so far (the seller is pretty new), sale prices have been very modest. I'm very curious to see what I receive. I liked the looks of the watch----and it's a 21 jewel Citizen, so we'll see what arrives.

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