By: : August 5th, 2019-09:23

1964 was a very special time for Seiko, with the Summer Olympics being hosted in Tokyo. As Seiko was the official time keeper, it makes sense that they would create a few very special limited editions for the event. 

Here we have a very rare example of the Mono-pusher with a beautiful black sunburst dial. 

The solid stainless steel case measures in at 38mm and has a black external rotating bezel showing the elapsed time in minutes, perfect for timing your next Olympic pace sprint to the whisky cabinet on a Friday night.

The caseback features the rarest and most sought after of three available engravings, the Olympic torch. 

Rounding out this fine example of Japanese engineering is a Seiko cal. 5719 manual-winding chronograph movement (21 jewels) with column-wheel engagement and the original unsigned winding crown. The movement uses a 18,000 BPH frequency.

Made in Japan

Brand: Seiko
1964 Seiko 5719A/45899 
Functions: Hours, minutes, chronograph 
Features: Chronograph 
Case: 38mm 
Crystal: Domed Acrylic crystal 
Strap/bracelet: Black leather 
Lug width: 18mm 
Box & papers: No


This Seiko chronograph watch comes without box and papers. The watch is in excellent vintage condition and has been recently serviced with perfect mechanical functionality.

Please message for more details. Located in Los Angeles.

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