You may have a fake watch if . . .
In this post I will show you a few fakes that would catch my eye right away.
Before I start I'll be the first to tell you, there are bad fakes and there are good fakes. Then there are fakes that have Frankenstein
DNA, what this means is that they have parts from "many" different "real" watches, but the parts (and or) serial numbers don't match up. Many watch companies deem these type as "fake" even though they have genuine parts. Even the Rolex company will tell you if you decide to have a aftermarket date magnifier added to your Sea Dweller "on the crystal" (outside of the watch) they will label it as FAKE, and they will not service it, NO JOKE!
TAKE A LOOK AT THESE
Most of the new Rolex fakes have a micro engraving over the
6. This marking is a very small "Rolex Crown", with having a fake and a real Rolex side by side you can see that in the fake the engraving is twice as large as the original.
Keep that in mind when someone wants to sell their Sub dirt cheap.
Fake markets are everywhere. Believe it or not, even in the USA.
So, we now have a question to answer...
...what to do with all those fake (and or) replica watches.
I'm glad you asked,
the usual way we have all seen is the
The problem with this is that it is very yesterday.
Now it is time for a new way to rid the Earth of these
"cheap imitations of another mans genius"
THE REPLICAS FOR DESTRUCTION
Now you can get rid of that watch your Uncle Joe got you on one of his trips.
Put it to good use, send in your fake today to have it disassembled
and turned into a
REAL WORK OF ART
I am down about 575 watches to complete the sculpture I have named:
To inquire about making a historical move in the Horology World
just click on the
Replicas for Destruction page at the top of the blog.