Happy Christmas!

I hope you have a very happy Christmas, and I wish you all the best for a peaceful 2015.

It’s a white Christmas for me 🙂

Thank you for visiting and following my blog.

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8 Responses to Happy Christmas!

  1. Linda pieza. Sería excelente tener más fotografías de él.

    • sweephand says:

      Hola Manuel – gracias por tu comentario. ¿Quieres publicar un post sobre este reloj en el nuevo año, con más fotos 🙂


      [Cute piece. It would be great to have more photographs of it
      Thank you for your comment. I shall publish a post about this watch in the New Year, with more pics :)]

  2. George Logan says:

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to All!!

  3. Ricardo Oscar says:

    A very happy Christmas to you and your family .Deus bless. att Ricardo and family Date: Tue, 23 Dec 2014 20:43:03 +0000 To: rioscar-12@hotmail.com

  4. cristiana says:

    dear Sweephand, I’ve found your blog on the web and I see you have a great knowledge of Citizen watches! Can I ask you a question? I found a Citizen man watch which belonged to my grandfather (born in 1913, Italy). This is what I read on the back of the watch: “Base metal SSG, 6100-R00405 RW, 01203675”. Can you help finding out more about it? Is it a nice watch, does it have any value? I am thinking of using it again, and I am curious to know… Maybe you could help me? Thanks in advance!
    Regards, Cristiana from Italy

    • sweephand says:

      Hi Cristiana, thanks for visiting my blog, and apologies for the delay in replying – been a busy few days! 🙂
      I’m afraid I can’t help with your question very much since my knowledge is mainly about the older mechanical models Citizen made up to the late 1970s. Yours watch has the 6100 quartz movement and I did find an image of your model on the internet of your model (model number is 6100-R00405). I don’t know exactly when the 6100 models were produced, but I would think from the serial number (01203675) that it was probably made in December 1990. Unfortunately these watches don’t have much value these days. Here is a link to the technical manual for the 6100 movement – it tells you what battery to use if you are not sure: http://www.thewatchsite.com/files/Citizen%20Technical%20Manuals/6100.pdf

      Sorry I cannot be of more help,


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