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  1. redpcar Jan 3, 2022

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    Agreed.
    25 years ago, it was the right price.
    Can you get a photo of the extract?
    Are you both in Europe? Face to face transaction would be best.
     
  2. pmontoyap Jan 3, 2022

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    Make sure the seller takes PayPal, even if you have to add the fees. If the payment is by wire only that would raise another red flag.
     
  3. ngo516 Jan 3, 2022

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    That’s most likely a bait.
    If seller is advanced enough to create a sale; take semi-professional photos and owns an extract, he/she knows what’s the watch is worth.
    proceed w extreme caution.
     
  4. Jukebox63 Jan 3, 2022

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    1826DC86-CE93-4F6F-8F78-AACFE7757DAA.jpeg Hi the seller just sent me this pic of the extract. Thanks again to everyone.
     
  5. Seaborg Jan 3, 2022

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    Too good to be true...
    My guts say it's a scam.
     
  6. kox Jan 3, 2022

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  7. Jukebox63 Jan 3, 2022

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    Hi yes both in Europe… however I am in Austria and the watch in the UK…. It is manageable. Let’s see how it goes. Thanks for feedback and see pic of extract below.
     
  8. watchlovr Jan 3, 2022

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    Looking at the pictures from the previous thread, not the obscure, off-centre ones from here, it looks all correct and in great condition to me.
    It may seem cheap to some, unfortunately the market greatly prefers the T dialled models.
    That may change in which case this would be a good gamble.
    I particularly like the correctly centred last line of engraving, missing the /A which would knock it then off-centre.
    (/A being for an official Omega /MOD change to screw down crown)
     
  9. jantjewgm Jan 3, 2022

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    If this is real, buy it. But be careful and try to do some research on the seller since it’s almost to good to be true.
     
  10. tad Jan 3, 2022

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    As mentioned previously there’s no way a seller would order an extract without researching the value. Tread carefully!

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  11. Dash1 Jan 4, 2022

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    Just ask him for some current pictures of the watch, rather than the ones he has reused from the previous thread on this watch. My bet is that he can’t. Walk away.
     
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  12. perenowell Jan 4, 2022

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    Exact, ask him a photo with your name on a paper or something special.
    Or find someone in the UK to buy it nd send it to you.

    But it seems a little weird...