. . . to our new forum. Charlie's been a community member for many years, and a familiar voice on all matters IWC. Not exclusively, though - he spreads his wings far and wide, with examples from several manufacturers in his collection. So while he'll be moderating this particular forum, don't be surprised to see Charlie everywhere.
In my research about Rolex FAP ,I had lots of doubts especially about the all polished casebacks. I Actually spoke toa person in Argentina who Bought sold and serviced them them in lots from the FAP in Peru. . Hé confirmed Rolex Daytona , Submariner ( i s
Rolex 6542 Rolex 6542- date window Caseback original cracked under presure of non original case. Completly clean casebody no salts inner ring , wrong bridge- 35000 usd No comment - 100,000 usd No comment so obvious 6542 complete fake 80,000 usd 6542 dial
There was an other option, buy an one years old car from a Mercedes worker, they have to wait one year to sell the car, and you pay 15% more for this one year old car with 15000km. Now the things are changed, you can find every Mercedes on the next corner
This is the Rolex that my dad gifted my granddad some 40 (?) years ago... I always think this is reference 1603, but I’m not so sure anymore... It’s been serviced and stupidly I forgot to confirm with the local RSC. Obviously the box & papers didn’t survi
Hello Purists. I have seen many unflattering remarks directed towards 34mm vintage Rolex on other forums. Many (not all) say they are undesirable because they are too small for today’s style standards and therefore are worth less than their 36mm and above