Not too long after the introduction of the Crystal Seven, Citizen added a line of Custom models. Using what were then more modern designs compared to the more traditional Crystal Sevens, the Customs (as with the Dandy Seven) trailed the way for the early 1970s designs with greater use of colour and bolder design of the case and detail, such as hour markers.
Using the 5200 movements with various jewel counts, the cases were typically of the ‘cushion’ type. This example boasts 33 jewels, and is on its original bracelet:
The case back shows production in August 1969:
The clasp is signed with the older ‘C’ type mark:
A closer shot of the dial:
Finally, here’s a scan from Citizen’s marketing material from 1969, showing three Crystal Seven Customs: