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I am relisting this 2998-5 as the original buyer asked to return it because he believes the hands to have been relumed.
Apparently under UV light the hands do not glow.....I took it back immediately in September, as I want satisfied buyers. Please take this into account.
I kept it off the market, but have decided to part with it now.
Price remains the same and is firm.
The dial does look somewhat tropical to me, but you judge for yourself if it is or is not. Too many watches out there are being sold as tropical .
Also, I tried to contact David St. Clair a few months ago, as he is/was living in FL. I did not get a response, so cannot tell you anymore about the engravings on the caseback.