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We seem to have found a 6139-6010 (no bracelet) and I was wondering if it were at all possible to date the watch through the serial number on the back?

I'll gladly post pics of its battered body and lens but it still works!:-!

Thanks!
 

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First digit of the serial number is the year of production.

Second digit is the month of production. October is 0, November is N, December is D.

If you don't mind me asking, what is the serial number of your 6139-6010?
 

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the serial is : 012102

and the day is in English and Japanese

So am I correct to assume 1970 January???:think:
 

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"How do you date a Seiko Chronograph?"

Well.... I've been out of the "game" for quite a while... but I'd suggest some flowers, dinner at a nice restaurant and a stroll along the beach... :-d:-d:-d
 

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"How do you date a Seiko Chronograph?"

Well.... I've been out of the "game" for quite a while... but I'd suggest some flowers, dinner at a nice restaurant and a stroll along the beach... :-d:-d:-d
I've tried all that but she just never gave me what I wanted. Hahaha!:-!

Thanks for all the help guys! I'll post pics of my date... ahhh ... errr... Seiko soon!
 
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