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Tic-Toc watchman is fishing again

Bud
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Tic-Toc watchman is fishing again

Post by Bud »

Is this the same guy back on flea bay with a very elaborate setup, SP pic and all, this year again?
Hmmmm, watch has same face as the others, whoops marks instead of numerals, squarish case, and no date/calendar window this time, different hands.
Were there that many variations of these watches and different manufacturers of these watches given out? I'm inclined to be a little skeptical here boys and girls. But I will acknowledge gladly proof of same from those who know or can confirm or deny same.
I'm unable to make out stamping on back of the case, if that is supposed to be meaningful. It enlarges to gibberish on my screen.
Amazing how well the green faces have passed thru these many years so perfect and pristine, along with the untarnished gold time marks and especially the untarnished silver/aluminum Daimler logos.

Christopher Storey
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This posting seems meaningless to me. The link goes to a wholly unrelated series of illustrations of no apparent relevance at all . Is someone spamming us ??

Sydsmith
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I think this is the listing Bud is quoting Chris.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/DAIMLER-SP25 ... 1438.l2649

He has been peddling these "unique" "Historic" watches for some time, seems to have found a hidden hoard of used ones.

Bud
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Post by Bud »

Yes Syd,

That is Slammin' Sammy Scammers ad.
I just didn't want to give it any credence.
Strictly a low grade novelty.
BUYER BEWARE is all I can say.
Just old cases with new faces.
ONLY $19.99 !!! And if you act within the next 10 min., we'll send you a second one for a friend.

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Triple-Eared Knock Offs
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Chris_R
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I wonder how many of those buyers frequent this forum and now realise that perhaps their antique and rare watch is perhaps er… not quite as rare as they thought!

Bud
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Post by Bud »

Good find on the " LONG HISTORY of this SCAM".
Ought'ta be a law to close him down or fine them for DELIBERATE FRAUD!

Stan Thomas
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I wonder if he does them for sleeve valve models?????

Probably not. ................................

Bud
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Turned him in to ebay!

Bud
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Watchman kept saying he was ligit until confronted with the list of scams provided by member 100910 of all the prior SP watch sales.
Now its all crickets from the honest vendor.

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