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Also, I would like to point out that the bracelet on that 5646-7000 (with box) is NOT a vintage GS bracelet. If you zoom in on the 4th photo of the listing you'll see that the end links say XAB351 which is the code for a vintage King Seiko bracelet. I suspect someone must have deliberately swapped out the KS clasp for a GS clasp to mislead people into thinking it is a genuine vintage GS bracelet. You mentioned it is a XAB271 bracelet for the 6155/6-8000 Specials but if we look closely they are quite different in design. The XAB271 has flatter bracelet links whereas the XAB351 (for vintage KS) has slightly curved bracelet links. Hope that makes sense and would be good to update the post accordingly.

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I'm referring to the contour of the top surface of the bracelet links by the way.

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Are white and silver 564x-7010s the same dial aged differently or distinct references?

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Distinct references.

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Looks like someone bought the 6156-8010 around two hours ago at the buy it now price. I noticed that it is in great condition except for after looks like a dent in the bezel at 11 o'clock which is quite visible in 1-2 of the photos.

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except for what* looks

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