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an ebay seller is selling this Longine's watch, JewelleryBrands, is the company, they are selling this longines watch (pics attached), and i can grab it for about 350-400, good buy? or should buy something else. It doesnt come with papers or box, the reason why I am skeptical, no model or reference number, I am resorted to calling it "Longine's watch". I am assuming it is a heritage.

Movement is automatic, it is a gold filled and stainless steel case. No reference or model number.
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It's a late 70's to late 90's model with a caliber 990 inside. It looks okay, but these usually sell for at least $100 less than their asking price. Looks to be polished quite a bit, which will make the already thin gold plating even thinner.
 
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