Before you all say I am crazy see here fotos of fakes

Dec 02, 2019,02:12 AM
 





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 masked plots , blund date window wrong color lume 80,000 usd




Fake dial , case wrong hands size -83000 usd




Rolex Gold dato compax offered for 15000 usd




Dato compax




Dato compax




Complete fake movement




Complete fake movement - and new case did not even ask price




Panerai offered , fake 75000 usd




I believe cortebert movement , see the horrible polished buffer lines offered by mayor us dealer



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One dealer selling 5 high end watches in a period

 
 By: americano : December 2nd, 2019-02:31
take a look at the 5 note how the 5 line always goes up , same faker same line sold in on year . Mayor US dealer . ...  

Additional comments on these cases

 
 By: americano : December 2nd, 2019-02:38
Bufferline goes trough the six Six goes over previous scratch anf And bezel clearly fake not galvanized ...  

wow . Nasty [nt]

 
 By: Gelato Monster : December 2nd, 2019-02:36

For Radiomir-lumed vintage Panerai (3646, 6154, 6152) and 1950s - early 1960s era vintage Rolex (6542, et al)

 
 By: reintitan : December 2nd, 2019-02:36
a Geiger counter is a definite must have. If the dials and hands don't read off the charts, then they are not the real deal! Radium is hard to come by these days.

You are talking about the Bakelite inserts contaminated with Strontium 90

 
 By: reintitan : December 2nd, 2019-08:43
Which Rolex replaced but did they also replace the dial and hands? The document only says replacement of the bezel if necessary.

Dear lord its my time to shine

 
 By: americano : December 2nd, 2019-10:01
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Hehehe.... ;) [nt]

 
 By: amanico : December 2nd, 2019-10:05

This is why I tend to avoid vintage Rolexes as I have no knowledge

 
 By: Rei : December 2nd, 2019-03:09
Buy the seller, true but what if the seller is also conned though I trust him/her? I guess I'll stick to new/used modern watches 😣 Thanks for the infos!

Wow!

 
 By: batholith : December 2nd, 2019-03:33
So many cheats these days! May I request the name of the dealer via PM? Thank you for this. It is just plain scary at how many fake and franken vintages there are these days.

The reason I stay away from vintage pieces

 
 By: Maltie : December 2nd, 2019-04:10
Simply too scary. Bought one Datejust from my birthyear and that turned out to be a complete disaster.

I’m no expert.

 
 By: roger.goodgion : December 2nd, 2019-07:55
But is that a pusherless chrono from PP!!! Super rare 🤪🤣🤣