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Found this at an antique shop and wanted to know if it's legitimate or not.
I wasn't able to take too many photos but one crown is signed with JLC and one isn't. However, because I can't find the year of this model, I can't tell which crown is a replacement and which is not.
I can't find many pictures of this model online, so I don't know too much about it.
I think it's a Cal. 825, but again, not sure.
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It is real, the model would typically have signed crowns. If you feel a bumper automatic it's a cal 825.
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Thats a nice watch, what were they asking for it? I have the exact same one !
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