The 56GS series was introduced in 1970 and offered a wide variety of models with 35 in total. This reference was also the first to introduce an ultra-thin automatic caliber, at just 4.5mm. Following the Grammar of Design rules, the -7010 and -7011 cases come with sharp edges and brushed finish to the surfaces between the lugs and are the most common vintage Grand Seiko that you can find on the market.
This example we have to offer is the Grand Seiko 56GS Ref.5646-7011, white dial, in stainless steel. Although a common model, this particular one is unused and retains its original factory finishes with the blue protective film still intact.
Shipped from Tokyo, Japan
SOLD - Grand Seiko 56GS 5646-7011
This Grand Seiko is in excellent condition. It is unused as it was originally kept in a collection. The watch has some light scratches due to storage and retains sharp edges with a beautiful Tanaka grammar of design profile.
The original white dial is very clean. The handset and crown are all original and in pristine condition.
The original case back and gold medallion is in great condition and the blue protective film is still intact which some tool marks scratches around the case back.
There are no visible scratches on the glass.
BRAND: Grand Seiko
DIAL: Original white dial
CASE MATERIAL: Stainless Steel
CASE DIMENSIONS: 36.0 x 41.0 mm diameter; 10.2mm thickness, 18mm lug width.
CRYSTAL: Mineral Crystal
CASE BACK: Screw-in Stainless Steel
MOVEMENT: 5646A Automatic
Manufacturing date: October 1974
Service History: Unknown, +7s/day
Bracelet/Strap: Black Japanese cowhide leather strap from Accurate form with the correct GS buckle.