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NEW DCVW WATCH AUCTION: 1970s Citizen 8110 Bullhead Automatic Chronograph, w/Leather CW Synergy Strap

DC Vintage Watches presents for bid a unique vintage 1976 orange flyback Citizen 8110 automatic chronograph, presented on a matching nylon Clockwork Synergy strap. This bullhead keeps accurate time for a vintage watch – in fact, we timed this Citizen bullhead and found it to lose 38.7 seconds over a 24hr period, within tolerance for a vintage watch.  

Citizen launched the vertical-clutch column wheel 8110 chronograph in 1972, and its compact movement has a high beat, running at 28,800 beats per hour.  They are well designed, featuring hand winding and ‘fly back’ – which allows the wearer to zero the chronograph whilst it’s running, rather than having to stop it first, then restart.  This permits an instant stop and re-start of the chronograph function.  The compact design of the movement allowed smaller casing, so the 8110 tends to be lighter than, for example, the Seiko 6139 (which did not have a flyback feature) chronographs of the period.  

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NEW DCVW WATCH FOR AUCTION: 1974 King Seiko 5626-7113 Hi-Beat Automatic Dress Watch w/Handmade Leather Strap

DC Vintage Watches presents for bid a beautiful all-original vintage mid-1974 Hi-Beat Seiko 5626-7113 King Seiko automatic dress watch.  We timed this King Seiko, and found it to lose 29.9 seconds over a 24 hour time period.  The 5625 has day and date displays, and its automatic hi-beat movement is a robust and reliable workhorse known for its accuracy, second only to Seiko’s Grand Seiko movements.  

At its 1963 inception, King Seiko, a sub-brand from Seiko’s elite lines, set its sights on dethroning the Grand Seiko as the company’s top-of-the-line brand.  The internal rivalry between the two wholly owned subsidiaries had led to the race of becoming the company’s flagship brand.  The quartz movement was quickly becoming rampant, threatening Seiko’s line of mechanical movements.  Seiko, recognizing the threat quartz posed to their sales, believed the extraordinarily accurate 52 caliber was their last chance to produce a comparable mechanical movement to remain relevant. The resulting King Seiko 52 caliber series – among which this King Seiko 5625-8000 was descended from – was a truly iconic example of Seiko’s design and technological capability during the 1970’s era at the dawn of the quartz revolution.  The whole fascination with accuracy and Hi-Beat movements at that time was bordering on becoming an unstable obsession for Seiko; the 52 calibers may have lost out on the frequency race, but won back their fame by their durability.  The competition was only halted by growing favor for the rising quartz technology.  The Grand Seiko made a daring comeback in 1998, which finally established it as Seiko’s flagship brand.  Unfortunately for the King Seiko, it did not make a similar comeback.   The Grand Seiko may have actually been crowned the company’s flagship watch, but in the eyes of collectors, aficionados and experts, and as far as feats of technology are concerned, the ‘King’ was never inferior to the ‘Grand’.  A great article by Monochrome on the hi-beat King Seiko line can be found here.  Also, a vintage Seiko buyer’s guide, offered by Hodinkee, can be found here.

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NEW DCVW WATCH AUCTION: Vintage 1980’s Raketa “Big Zero” Manual Watch, w/Two Nylon Over/Under Straps

DC Vintage Watches presents for bid a unique pre-loved, all-original vintage Raketa “Big Zero” manual watch, presented with a new nylon Clockwork Synergy over/under strap, with a second nylon strap. This Raketa keeps accurate time for a vintage watch – in fact, we timed this Big Zero and found it to lose 31.4 seconds over a 24hr period, within tolerance for a vintage watch.  These funky and stylish Big Zero’s look great on just about any kind of North Atlantic Treaty Organization strap!

Admittedly, Russian watch quality is not on par with, say, Heuer or Omega; however, this Raketa Big Zero has been vetted and found to keep good time, and is covered by our five day warranty.  The Big Zero has an interesting past, and was known to have been worn by Mikhail Gorbachev during the 1980’s.  As noted by Worn&Wound in their article, “Affordable Vintage: Raketa Big Zero,” “Dating likely from the early to mid-1980’s, the Raketa Big Zero is a bold watch that does a lot with very little…Clearly what sets this watch apart is the dramatic index design.  Massive numerals for 3, 6, 9, and 0 dominate the dial.  Between each numeral are two long narrow triangles, giving the watch a toothed appearance.  The strange thing about it is that it works.  The huge numbers, though clearly oversized, are in harmony with the dial and the case.  The end result is bold, almost brutal, but fun.”  Worn&Wound also featured the Big Zero on their “Pairs Well With” series, here.

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