The $3.3 Million Speedmaster Fraud Case — What Does It Mean For The Collectors’ World?

You’ve probably seen the news on the Frankenstein Speedmaster CK2915 that fetched 3.3 million US dollars. It was, supposedly, an all-authentic, first-generation Omega Speedmaster in impeccable condition with a tropical dial. It fetched the highest amount ever as it was Omega’s destiny to have it for the brand’s museum in Biel, Switzerland. Or so it […]

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