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We are delighted to be able to present for sale an absolutely immaculate example of a rare lady’s Grand Seiko.
Retaining its original strap and buckle, with remnants of the original case back sticker still intact, the watch comes complete with original price ticket and swing tag.
Only available in the catalogues for a year, this watch presents a very rare opportunity to acquire what surely must be one of the best examples of this reference to ever surface.
Full details of the dimensions of the watch are detailed in the “Additional Information” tab below.
Please do watch the accompanying YouTube video for full details on the watch, and don’t hesitate to contact us using the Inquiry Form below should you have any questions, or to express a desire to purchase the timepiece.
Between 1969 and 1974, Grand Seiko marketed a number of references for women. In total, there were five references presented in the range, although not all at the same time.
Three of the references were in the classic “Grammar of Design” cases, which were very similar to the 452x-8000 cases we see in the men’s range. These three references all had the movement-case serial number 1964-0010, and came in regular stainless steel, cap gold, and “PMP” (platinum plated steel). The fourth reference – 1964-0020 – had a round case, and the final reference was the 1984-3000 VFA.
Of particular interest is the fact that both the 1964 and 1984 VFA calibres beat at 36,000 bph. Whilst select other brands have ladies watches with 5Hz movements, we believe that only Grand Seiko actually produced reduced size ladies calibres beating at this rate.
We cover all the ladies references in detail in an article that you can find here.
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