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Omega: Agreed

Thanks Art! I am well, and hope that you are also healthy and well. I was being charitable, and suspect strongly that it is a modern German/Austrian re-dial. All the best, Tony
5M
By: Tony C.
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Omega: Controversy?

I was simply stating facts, and there shouldn't be anything controversial about facts. Any collector with experience with 30T2Rg Chronometres can easily tell that those are either refinished or later replacement dials. Regards, Tony C.
6M
By: Tony C.
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Omega: Well...

with no disrespect to the OP, they're pristine in large part because, with the possible exception of the steel Roman numeral example, they aren't original. Regards, Tony C.
6M
By: Tony C.
2

Automotive: Very nice, Nico! But in body style it reminds me of...

the early 6 series BMW. Best regards, Tony C.
8M
By: Tony C.
2

Ulysse Nardin: Dubious...

A poor redial, incorrect replacement hands, unlikely to be a chronometer, and questionable whether the watch is, in fact, a genuine Ulysse Nardin. Photos of the inside of the case back and movement would be definitive. Regards, Tony C.
8M
By: Tony C.
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TimeOut: Nah...

you're just hustling Bruce!
1Y
By: Tony C.
1

TimeOut: Beautiful, Art!

Thanks for sharing the photos. We'll have to play sometime, but not for money! All the best, Tony
1Y
By: Tony C.
1

TimeOut: More colorful (audio) tales from Ronnie Allen...

This begins with the Worst reminisces that I linked above, but includes many more gems!
1Y
By: Tony C.
1

TimeOut: I'll keep my eyes open, Art!

There's something particularly fascinating about a player so supreme that he commanded such respect from, and struck fear into the hearts of so many great players and hustlers. That he accomplished what he did soon before dying so young is the exclamation point.
1Y
By: Tony C.
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