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Basically I found this group of watches for sale and there not going cheap if the Rolex is a fake. There are more genuine watches he's selling that i'm very interested in.


Can anyone give me the red or green light to help me decide wheter this is a fake or genuine Rolex?




It seems to be that the gold on the two tone bracelet is worn, the crown seems to be too fat at the hour marker too short. But then again there are many different older model of the day-date that I may not have the trained eye for!
 

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I'm no expert, but it doesn't look the part to my eyes....
 

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It is as fake as they get.

Rolex never made a two tone daydate.<|
 

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It isn't even a good fake. Absolutely everything about it is wrong.
 

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The Day Date is a fake..

Day Dates do not have Jubilee bracelets and are always solid precious metals, never Two Tone

(there was a tri-tone with three gold colors, but it is a rare animal)
 

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disregarding the watches...

i really like the mercedes you have in your signature... are those esrly 70's sl's?

im a big fan, and want one very badly!

cheers!
 

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disregarding the watches...

i really like the mercedes you have in your signature... are those esrly 70's sl's?

im a big fan, and want one very badly!

cheers!

Those are 1960's Mercedes Benz S-Class complete with colum shifting, aircondition, the lot!

I also have another classic (if i'm leaving one somewhere). Yet I downsized my collection due to not having time.

i got fed up of charging bateries, pumping tyres and dusting them off!

However the mercedes are still there!
 
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