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PostPosted: Tue Mar 01, 2016 3:44 pm 
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Hello,
I want to buy at auction this Chronomat 81950.
The photos published are not very clear and there is no picture of the movement.
I am doubtful for its authenticity. What can you tell me about it?
Is it real or a fake?
Thanks in advance for any help you can get.


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Perfectly real.

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Thank you for your immediate help and for your welcome to the forum.
I live in Italy and I'm a big fan of Breitling since young.
I have three, and all of the 1990s (a manual Callisto, a Sextant and an automatic Chronomat). My passion is the Chronomat 81950 in all its versions.
I take advantage of your kindness to let some other questions on the clock at auction.
What - in your opinion - the clock status?
And its estimated value on the European market (Italy / Greece / Spain)?
Where do I find the year of clock production through the serial number?
Thanks again and sorry for my bad English.


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Can't date the watch from the serial. With that model number it's from the 80s (84 - 89), can't be more precise than that. I don't do pricing, check Chrono24 dealer asking prices and sold items on eBay. I am on a phone but condition looks OK for a 30 year old watch, assume it will need a service when considering what to offer.


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