Vintage Seiko 'Tank' 7430-5169 - Toronto Vintage Watches
Vintage Seiko 'Tank' 7430-5169 - Toronto Vintage Watches
Vintage Seiko 'Tank' 7430-5169 - Toronto Vintage Watches
Vintage Seiko 'Tank' 7430-5169 - Toronto Vintage Watches
Vintage Seiko 'Tank' 7430-5169 - Toronto Vintage Watches
Vintage Seiko 'Tank' 7430-5169 - Toronto Vintage Watches
Vintage Seiko 'Tank' 7430-5169
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Vintage Seiko 'Tank' 7430-5169

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A July 1983 vintage Seiko 'Tank' 7430-5169 on a slightly worn black leather strap. Features the Seiko Quartz Cal. 7430 with a fresh battery. Black and gold-plated case measures 25 mm in diameter. Very elegant 1980s vintage Seiko Quartz dress watch. Watch is in good condition with minor scratches from wear. We offer a flat rate for shipping on every order and 30-day free returns. We also offer a 2-month mechanical warranty for every purchase. All prices are in CAD. 

 

Seiko History

Seiko was founded as a watch store in 1881 by Kintaro Hattori in Tokyo. By the 1890s it was producing both clocks and pocket watches as Seikosha. And in 1913 Seiko produced Japan's first wristwatch, the Seiko Laurel. Seiko had beat out several other Japanese companies, including other Tokyo clock companies like Tokyo Clock Co. and Japan Pocket Watch Manufacturing Co. By the mid-20th century Seiko produced some of its most important wristwatches that set the stage for its future. In the early 1950s Seiko produced the Seiko Super which then became the Marvel. And in 1960 Seiko released the first Grand Seiko. This marked the beginning of not only the Grand Seiko but also the King Seiko and Lord Matic lines to follow.

Then, in 1969, Seiko released the Astron, the watch that would upend the Swiss watchmaking industry. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s Seiko continues to produced extraordinary quartz watches, along with many legendary vintage Seiko dive watches. In modern times Seiko continues to innovate, especially through its Grand Seiko brand.