Seiko "Tokyo Olympics" Mono-pusher

Seiko "Tokyo Olympics" Mono-pusher

Dial:  Original non luminous Seiko applied logo dial (a few small marks on dial) 

Hands:  Original non luminous hands 

Bezel:  Original rotating bezel

Case:  Unpolished with its original lines clearly visible

Case-back:  Super rare "Olympic Torch" in unpolished crisp condition

Bracelet: New dark grey Nato in photo

Model: 5719-8990 

Serial #:  4D06212 (December 1964) (engraving crisp and clear)

Year:  1964

Service history unknown but movement is clean.  The watch is currently winding smooth and running well.  Chronograph starts, stops and resets.  Half second chrono-creep on the reset.  

Notes:  For your consideration a rare original condition vintage Seiko 5719-8990 single pusher chronograph. 1964 was a very significant and special year for Seiko as Japan was the host country for the 1964 Olympics. Naturally Seiko being the official time-keepers would make a few watches to commemorate and be used for this major event. What makes this example so special is the case-back. There were three types used this one being the most rare and most sought after. The "Olympic torch" engraving is clear and unpolished!  Be hard pressed to even find another around.  

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