The numbers on a Seiko can be found on the case back. There, you will find a number that actually refers to two different numbers – the case code and the caliber (movement). The number on the Seiko case back consists of one number, a hyphen, and then an additional number. Both of these consist of four digits.
How do I identify my Seiko watch?
Seiko watches have a 6 or 7 character serial number on their casebacks. The second character can be a letter but the rest are all numbers. You can use the Seiko serial number in conjunction with the movement number to calculate the year of manufacture.
How much is my Seiko watch worth?
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Do Seiko watches have any value?
Seiko manufactures wristwatches with outstanding value for money in every price range. Their catalog ranges from affordable quartz watches, which cost less than 100 euros, to luxury watches from the Grand Seiko collection, which can cost upwards of 10,000 euros.
Which Seiko watches are made in Japan?
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