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Real or fake or wrong description
Look at this on eBay http://www.ebay.com/itm/302411037774
Please can someone let me know i this authentic? Serial number is 17089060 and photos attached. Many thanks
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Aplogies. Is there a thread here which could help me?
So where do you first ask if its a fake so you can the post here telling everyone your watch is a fake and more importantly, why its a fake.
Or whichever brand forum is appropriate.
We try to keep these threads clean and follow the titles/guidelines strictly.
Post on "vintage or open", this is more of a warning call site.
Thanks Uncle Buck. This is good showing the fakes. But as I mentioned, if only a photo with no details as to why the watch shown is a fake, it makes it not useless, but not easy to determine what a novice should look for. Fakes are getting so good that having a reference point is great to make a comparison. Thanks for the help. I do not in any way whatsoever mean to sound like I am criticizing anyone. If I have I apologize in advance.
I love Omegas and good shoes.
It's all good Murr, just didn't want any misinterpretation. The guys here are great and we are a little Sheldonish (you have Big Bang where you are?) but it all works pretty good.
A post in vintage or open for inquiries and then maybe follow up here to warn us when a fake is determined.
You talkin' Cole-Haan's and Johnston Murphy's or the super rich skids?
Regarding fakes, almost anything on the outside of the case back besides U.S.Army (2179) and "Tool 107" is a real warning flag unless a family engraving.
The "Golden Rule" ask here first, pull the trigger second.
Actually, there are hundreds of examples with nomenclature on the back, don't know what I was thinking.
I got the Golden Rule right though.
how about this one, please help me, i'm newbie.. i want to sell it
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