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: So the dial is indeed swapped, but only for another in somewhat
: better condition. Which is not unreasonable I feel, and the
: seller now discloses the original condition of the watch in the
: auction. Add to it being a no-reserve auction and it all seems
: fair enough to me. The usual caveat that I'm not involved with
: the sale etc.
Thanks for the link, Mark.
Fair enough if it has always been an NST.
To seller: the additional detail you added to the auction description is the right thing to do. It satisfies the detail freaks like me (anorak, geek, PITA, choose your term :)), but it also gives the buyer assurance that the watch is the genuine article. Good luck with the sale.