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  1. Grillome Nov 25, 2020

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    Real? Story? Do you guys know anything about this watch? Many thanks in advance. 20201126_033915.jpg 20201126_033831.jpg 20201126_033813.jpg 20201126_033804.jpg 20201126_033748.jpg 20201125_185255.jpg 20201125_185255.jpg
     
  2. wagudc Nov 25, 2020

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    I am still pretty new at this, so don't take my word as final, but I am skeptical of the text. It seems like there is more space between the E and the G in OMEGA than there should be.
     
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  3. Foo2rama Keeps his worms in a ball instead of a can. Nov 25, 2020

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    In before “but it’s not gold....”
     
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  4. Grillome Nov 25, 2020

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    What do you mean? It is fake you think?
     
  5. X350 XJR Vintage Omega Aficionado Nov 25, 2020

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    Real Omega but doubtful the dial is original. Black dials with bright white printing are always suspect, the addition of the Tiffany markings adds another layer of suspicion.
     
  6. Foo2rama Keeps his worms in a ball instead of a can. Nov 25, 2020

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    Their is a high tendency for Cartier, Tiffany, and Turler signed watches to be gold. Cartier almost all, Tiffany virtually all, and Turler much less.

    some people think it’s a rule for Tiffany watches.. it’s not.

    Although, an extract can always sort out who the original sales company is in most cases.
     
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  7. nanjingcigaretes Nov 26, 2020

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    Newbie question here: a 3rd parties logo like T&C, turler, will it increase or decrease the value of the watch, compare with its unsign brothers? Thank you
     
  8. Foo2rama Keeps his worms in a ball instead of a can. Nov 27, 2020

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    Depends... those three normally esp in gold models.

    there are a few no one cares about and a few that really spike value. Cuba and SA
     
  9. JwRosenthal Nov 27, 2020

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    We did have the .024 SM300 posted last year with a Tiffany dial and sales receipt- so they did have some stainless sport models apparently....but I doubt this was one of them
     
  10. Mattjames84 Jan 9, 2022

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    Don't know if it's just me or the way the pictures were taken but the painted second marks all the way around the dial seem inconsistent.
     
  11. Mattjames84 Jan 9, 2022

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    Look at the 6 o clock marker and close the second mark is on the right compared to the left
     
  12. Evitzee Jan 9, 2022

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    Tiffany would scratch mark their own small internal number on items like this, look on the back lugs to see if there is such marking.