Franken fake

May 31, 2020,14:59 PM
 

Oyster dial??


Pushers 

I would be very surprised if the movement was correct

Def not a PN and probably not a Rolex

Julian

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Need your take on ...

 
 By: StanWok : May 31st, 2020-13:54
So a very good customer of mine, who became a friend due to our passion for watches, bought a Daytona that he called a “Paul Newman”. I don’t consider myself being an expert in vintage Rolex but would still expect him to at least give me a call or text me...  

Here's a 6239 with similar pushers...

 
 By: India Whiskey Charlie : May 31st, 2020-14:18
But not as stubby as your friend's. From a search: ...  

Franken fake

 
 By: watch-guy.com : May 31st, 2020-14:59
Oyster dial?? Pushers I would be very surprised if the movement was correct Def not a PN and probably not a Rolex Julian

Sorry - he paid £40 for this? The price tells the story here...

 
 By: BigFatPauli : May 31st, 2020-15:36
At best it is a franken-watch, at worst an all out fake.

What looks strange me is

 
 By: kjell_watchmaker : May 31st, 2020-15:37
Dial. Bezel. Pushers. Location of pushers (could indicate wrong movement) The seller let it fo for 1/3 of market value. But judging a watch without seeing it in person is risky business.

I know. This is what stood out to me too.

 
 By: StanWok : May 31st, 2020-16:29
Especially super red “Daytona” as if it was a brand new watch... Now question is how to break it to the friend...

Actual !

 
 By: gautamak : May 31st, 2020-17:12
Have shared earlier the beauty which was actual with paper 😊 Rest to judge. ...  

I agree with the forum sentiment

 
 By: bchankai : May 31st, 2020-23:21
I also suspect that this watch is not legitimate. I am not aware of that combination of lettering in the 6239’s and at a cursory glance, the case diameter appears identical to the companion 116520 in the photo, ie it does not appear to be 36.5mm. As far a... 

looks really bad [nt]

 
 By: Passionata_george : June 1st, 2020-11:33