That won't make it fake, it would be damaged hacking mechanism. I don't know the seller but let's be fair. Yes the hands are re-lumed but you knew that before buying anyway.Crowns are correct, case is correct, movement is correct...Before sending it to an educated watchmaker you can't really know if the hacking arm and pin is there somewhere.
Ok thanks for your information, the watchmaker told me that the movement outer ring is missing as hacking lever and pin too. The gap from the movement made me think it's a fake of some sort of frankstain watch made from different pieces.
Let see if I can find the spares and repair it.
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