Omega Speedmaster Apollo 11 - 40th Anniversary?

 
Sep 19, 2010 03:38 AM G.Allen asks:

Can anybody advise me what the Certificate of Authenticity looks like.
I own this watch and the box contained 3 credit-card sized cards, one of which lists the limited edition number. Unfortunately it does not have the words 'Certificate of Authenticity' written on it. The watch box also did not contain the cleaning cloth, which i did not realise until I saw Omegas web site info after the fact. The watch was purchased from an authorised Omega outlet.

Sep 22, 2010 12:57 AM Watches.Infoniac Team answers:
Have you contacted the outlet where you have purchased the watch? If it’s an authorized outlet, they are responsible for the product they offer and should properly answer all the questions you might have.

We are not sure about the Certificate of Authenticity of this particular model, but a standard Certificate of Authenticity looks like a kind of a booklet that is folded and features the model’s references and Omega signature on its front page and the words ‘Certificate of Authenticity’ should be also written on the front page. When you unfold it, it contains information about the model, its picture, the signature of the brand’s President below the unique serial number of your watch that must exactly match the number engraved on the case-back. You can find a few pictures of the brand’s Certificates of Authenticity via Google Images.

The official Omega website has the 'Contact Us' Section where you can also ask your question (www.omegawatches.com/customer-service/contact-us). It is important to send then the 8-digit serial number engraved on the outer edge of the case-back, and the retailer's full name and address can be also helpful.
 

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