Yes yes. That first one was a bit boring – the bottom right of 3×3’s usually is. Now the real fun begins. It’s the #GrandSeiko SBGR027 – a limited edition of 30 pieces for the Wako store in Ginza, Tokyo. #GSWednesday #Seiko
So it’s been a while since I’ve posted a 3×3 matrix shot where the 9 separate posts come together to make one photo when viewed on my profile page. Also, I’ve been concentrating on my vintage Grand #Seiko collection recently, so I thought it would be fun for #GSWednesday to feature a modern one. Tough to guess the model from this bottom right corner shot, I know, but it will come together quickly 😜
So third of this week’s set of three #GrandSeiko #GSWednesday posts. Thanks to @thewatcherist for instigating #GSWednesday and @arteray and others for supporting. Come on @seikowatchusa @seikowatchjapan – let’s make this a “thing” 😎
Still on vacation, so a set of 3 reposts of #GrandSeiko movements for #GSWednesday. First up…
#GrandSeiko SBGR027 – Limited edition of 30 pieces for the Wako store. #Seiko
Limited to just 30 pieces, the #GrandSeiko SBGR027 was only available from the Wako store in #Ginza, #Tokyo.
#GrandSeiko SBGR027 reflections #Seiko #macro
So this morning’s shoot was to do a comparison of the #Seiko logo on the dials of a selection of my #GrandSeiko collection.
Some interesting variances, especially if you look carefully at how the K and O are joined in the vintage pieces.
Top left to bottom right:
From the vintage era:
6145-8020 from 1969 – 4520-8000 from 1970
5645-7005 from 1971 – 5646-7010 from 1973
And on the bottom row from the modern era:
SBGR027 – SBGA129
Was chatting with @arteray recently about reflections in shots of Grand Seikos. Thought I’d share this one from a set of images I took this morning. This from the #GrandSeiko SBGR027.
The hands of the #GrandSeiko SBGR027