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Re: Location of Serial Number on Montreal

: Jeff, Looks like mine has been polished out. Marks are barely
: visible but can't be read. Funny because I've owned it since new
: and it was serviced by Heuer (Hans at Pro Time) a few times, but
: case never polished. Is it in any other location? My insurance
: company is insisting.

: Jerry

Definitely a 110.503 BC in a steel case Jerry? Those are where the serial and reference will be.

If, however, it's a 110.501 in black PVD, then it may not have a serial, in common with other Heuer PVD watches.

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