I think they do guarantee authenticity to a point. However, I would think that if a watch is explicitly described having a movement caliber that is obviously incorrect for a case reference and you bid anyway, the sale is final. After all, the watch was described accurately in the description.
IMO, the buyer has some responsibility for checking out the piece before bidding. Here are AQ's terms in New York:
There are other terms sheets for Geneva and Hong Kong which I didn't read.
Hope this helps,
P.S. I was wrong on my prior post. The buyer's premium is 25%, not 20%! That means in the above example, the seller only got $5,600 if the seller's commission was 20%.
Ok i got it tnx
Damn... Congrats man, was it out of a collection or just a random estate find or something?
No i ment that i got the info in the reply abowe
I have not bought the watch.
So go buy it man!
It sounds like if you don't buy it there are other interested parties in this forum!
I Will make up my mind any day
A much less impressive dial:
He he true true
Whatever happened to this railmaster? Any follow up?
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