After posting the group of Seikos I just picked up and not seeing a thread for the Bruce Lee Seiko, I thought maybe we could try to get some background on this ref. and maybe stir up some photos from members. I'll give just some basic info. I did see photos in a WTB thread, and maybe there is more info that I have missed. It is generally accepted that Lee wore the 6139 6010 with black dial during the final few years of his life. It is the only watch seen on his wrist in several photos. He wore it on a non-original rally style bracelet and is thought to have started wearing it in mid to late 1969. There is discussion regarding the brown and black dials, whether they were all black to start...whether Lee's was brown or black. There were other colors of the ref, at least I know there was a blue dial. I'm too lazy to research. It just seems to me that given Lee's place in history, an icon, to be sure, that his watch should get some attention, too. Any corrections or additions to my blurb are encouraged. I'll include a few photos. Here is the one I just got. Here are some photos of Lee wearing the watch and maybe an example on another wrist. I borrowed those photos from the WTB thread on here. I removed a few photos of Lee with his family because the group included a closeup of just a man's wrist with a similar watch. There is no evidence it is Lee's wrist, and the watch is a version that has the 5 sports markings. According to the article I am including at the bottom, there are no photos that show Lee wearing that version of the watch. All photos show the white 70m proof text. Below is an example of someone else wearing what is believed to be the ref and style Lee wore. Here is the best info I could find online. https://www.thewatchsite.com/threads/the-‘bruce-lee’-seiko-6139-6010.339526/#:~:text=After he gave away his,was a Seiko 6139-6010.