the price is also different ;-)
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Then you have a problem
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
I have been tempted many times as well.
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
Yes, this is a Limited edition.
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.
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.