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I have one of these watches.
As shown below, the movement is unsigned.
It does have the markings for the serial and reference numbers, as usual.
Could you possibly either send photos of your watch or post theme here?
: just two short questions regarding this reference:
: A. Is it 'normal' that the movement main bridge is not 'Heuer'
: signed? (looks like there are more examples with a non signed
: B. Is the reference and serial number engraved between the lugs in
: any case or are there legit examples without these markings?
: Thanks for your help and Jeff for the space