Not specially rare, though. [nt]

Jul 22, 2020,22:52 PM
 

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white gold

 
 By: VinnieD : July 22nd, 2020-09:48
the price is also different ;-)

:))) [nt]

 
 By: amanico : July 22nd, 2020-09:51

Then you have a problem

 
 By: VinnieD : July 23rd, 2020-00:09
This one could be a Franken dial from a WG put into a steel case. Unless the buyer is clear about what he sells, maybe look elsewhere

WG [nt]

 
 By: Mohannad (aka Riddler) : July 22nd, 2020-10:34

I have been tempted many times as well.

 
 By: agyzace : July 22nd, 2020-12:55
But...polishing gold is a totally different story to polishing steel, due to the rhodium layer. Assuming this would not be an issue, it is a superb watch. All the best, Alex

The square indices indicate that it's white gold.

 
 By: M4 : July 22nd, 2020-13:03
The date placement indicates it's a 39mm diameter case, long discontinued (newer models are 41mm, I believe). M4

Technically the square indices indicate precious metal, since this model came in WG, YG and RG variants.

 
 By: Sho-nuff : July 27th, 2020-14:09
They also did a limited edition variant in platinum and steel, which has the square indices.

Yes, this is a Limited edition.

 
 By: ZSHSZ : July 22nd, 2020-15:44
I believe it was named Kasparov, after the Russian chess champion, if my memory serves me well. I can’t recall how many were made, but most were sold on strap and all in precious metal.

White Gold

 
 By: Pitri : July 26th, 2020-10:14
This is white gold face,39mm,usually with black or brown leather strap with white gold foldover buckle. I have one,exchanged the leather strap for brown rubber great. Nice watch,not anymore in production.

White Gold

 
 By: Pitri : July 30th, 2020-11:31
Yes,AP is selling them.

Looks like a 26022BC with aftermarket bracelet

 
 By: Sho-nuff : July 27th, 2020-14:06
I have this model, but with the original factory strap in black. Great watch with a nice solid and weighty feel.