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Serious Buyer will Request Full Set of Proper Photos, Right?

Yes -- not sure what the purpose of the Photoshop efforts might be. Maybe someone flips through the catalog, in print or online, and sees the clean dial, with the vivid colors, and gets interested in the watch. But does anyone bid $50,000 (or more) for any watch, without requesting and examining the full set of photos?

Of course, this not to defend the use of Photoshop, but only to say "WFT?" Why do they engage in this deception / fraud?



: easy to see the damage at 43 min. Why erasing that?

: Is there no "liability concerning information contained in
: brochures" as an obligation?

: I think the colors are turned too, the blue looks very different to
: all the blue angles I know from a skipperrera.

: The question still is - why? it makes absolute no sense for me.
: Collectors got a fine nose and sharp eyes for such details. and
: in the end - if the watch is sold the buyer definitely will see
: the defects. This doing is really crazy. Dumb.

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