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Re: My view
In Response To: Question on authenticy ()

Hi Ron

I have seen a few examples of these before, but I have not studied one in person closely.

Where the printed area is, do small holes exist where the baton markers would be affixed to? This is how they are placed & affixed on the dial. If there are holes it may mean the markers have fallen off?

The printed may be original, I'm not sure without a Heuer veteran to verify this.

One thing, I greatly prefer the look of the baton marker dials.

I'm convinced the Monacos generally are not "faked" so if all other markings are correct you may have an original.



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