Hi all, I was perusing the window of a local watchmaker and saw the following couple of watches. The first is a chunky gold-plated square Seamaster with a bit of the caseback protector still on. The second is a 9kt gold Longines with what I think is a non-Longines crown and a pretty big engraving on the caseback. I didn't ask the watchmaker to open them up or for any more information on them such as case/movement details. I realise I should have but like I said I was just window shopping so just popped in on the off chance he'd let me take a few photos. I'd ask for more info obviously before any potential purchase. I am not sure the Seamaster is for me really, at least as a regular wearer as I already have something similar looking (see avatar). I like the Longines with the two-tone dial (it has a darker ring around the edge of the dial) though, although it might be a little small (33mm I think). Overall I think they are both a little pricey. He wants £450 for the Longines and £550 for the Seamaster. There was also a s/s DeVille (£400) there too but I wasn't overly enamoured with that. I think it had a replacement crown too. Basically, I just want a little input on whether you think they are decent purchases. I have to admit the only one I would probably wear is the Longines but if the Seamaster is a good buy It might be worth getting to flip in future. Thanks for any input.