Thanks for the advice I'm new to the Rolex world. I know on my sub c under a strong flashlight or on a really bright day at the right angle you can see it easily however the other 99% of the time I can't.Fakes are known to have the crown on the crystal as well, they are however much easier to spot under normal lightning conditions than that of the original.
OP, please post again when you are up to it, even if the news is bad. A few members might have some harsh words but the great majority knows we all make mistakes. Especially when we get excited about a deal. I know someone when recently bought an old Mercedes from a nice old lady who appeared so genuine he didn't even do all his normal inspection. She told him it had no rust and had been garaged it's entire life. We'll when we got home and pulled up the floor matts you could see the ground. Then he got under the car and there was rust everywhere and attempts had been made to repair it. Turns out the nice old lady clearly lied to him.
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