and sometimes not even the serious dealers know that it's a Franken they are selling.
I told my story about the monopusher before.
That's why when it comes to VC, if you are thinking of buying a exspensive vintage,
is to let VC see the watch and after that deal.
In my case it was the dealer who lost, first by buying the watch,
than by me forced to send it to VC before I was intersted to buy it,
and it was a Franken !
So the dealer had to pay VC 1.500 EUR and had a Franken VC...
And I was both unhappy and happy,
unhappy because a monopusher from the art deco is still my dream,
but indeed happy not standing like fool
I can only state that it's exspensive to let VC do it, and for most of my watches, I haven't,
but on the other hand PP's system of sending numbers and get a certificate,
doesn't seem to me especially serious.
On the other hand it's not my business, since I haven't and will not buy any PP