Is it factory certified pre-owned paperwork?
Either way you would think it would have a date.
If it is official you may be able to go to an AD and have them fill in the date all legal like.
I wouldn't be as worried if all the reference and serial numbers on the watch match the paperwork. It would be nice if the seller could send a copy of the purchase invoice to determine how many years / months, if any are remaining on the warranty.
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"As I grow older, I pay less attention to what men say. I just watch what they do." ~ Andrew Carnegie
If it has a Tax Invoice that clearly identifies this particular Watch, and has a date on the Tax Invoice, then I would be okay with that.
A. Lange & Sohne 1815 Up/Down
H. Moser & Cie Pioneer Centre Seconds
Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Tribute Small Seconds
Officine Panerai Radiomir PAM 720
Rolex Submariner 114060 (No Date)
Cartier Santos WSSA0010
Apple Watch Series 4 Nike+
Casio G-Shock Rangeman GW-9400-1
Casio G-Shock GA-700
Casio G-Shock DW-5600E
And others (not really worth mentioning)
It may have been originally purchased from a grey market dealer with no factory warranty. You have the paper but no signature or date. If so the dealer may have included their own. Ask the seller.
Breitling may have the original Chronometer certificate.
Last edited by John MS; June 7th, 2018 at 17:56. Reason: Typo
I would hazard a guess that the original seller was grey as both the date and seller’s details are blank.
If the chronograph is over 5 years old it is probably up for a service that could run $500 +.
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