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Only a reputable jeweler or pawn broker could tell you that and then only if you let the see it. There is no way to authenticate anything from a verbal description or a simple number. They are too easy to imitate.
A personalized engraving on the back of a watch case means nothing as far as its authenticity is concerned. Think about it an engraving can be done at any time after the manufacture of the watch is completed so how could an engraving or lack there of tell you anything about authentic? I bought an older Day-Date President a month ago and it had the persons name, birthday, and SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER engraved on the back. What is interesting about this particular engraving is that it is a fairly bad engraving. Which means that an unskilled person did the engraving, but that is all it means. The particular watch I am reffering to is very real indeed. All that aside I'm going to say that your watch is fake. That is a 20K watch and the fact that you don't know how the engraving got on there indicates that its more than likely not real. That's also one of the most commonly counterfeited Rolex's. If you wanna know for sure take it into a pawn shop and tell them you want to sell it. Just don't argue with the people when they tell you its fake.
As with luxury bags, luxury watch brands such as Movado are copied and sold illegally. Movado watches are popular among both men and women, but sellers of replica watches hurt the brand by providing the buyer with poor craftsmanship. Dealers know what genuine Movado watches look like, and they are familiar with the watch model names and numbering system. While you can take your watch to a dealer to closely inspect its authenticity, you, too, can learn how to tell if your Movado watch is fake by noting a few details.
Check the material the watch is made of. Replica watches are made of aluminum, and they don't have the same heavy weight of an authentic Movado. Movado watches should feel like quality, solid pieces. True Movado watches are made of stainless steel.Observe the movement of the watch. The movement of the second hand should not be erratic or shaky. It should look smooth as it travels across the face of the watch.
Look closely for scratches on the glass face. Movado watches are scratch resistant, so any imperfection on the face is a telling sign that it's fake. Hold the face to the light and observe if it gleams like a genuine watch. If it's dull or cloudy, it's not authentic. Also, look for the inscription "Swiss Movado Made" to make sure it's authentic.
Feel the links and the clasp on the watch. Clasps should feel solid, and the links should be joined together by screws. Gently pull on the clasps and check for any loose pins. If the clasps feel fragile, it's probably fake.
It's a fake. If it were real you'd have bought it in a real jewelry store with a Rolex franchise. Real Rolex watches aren't sold on street corners. Take it into any jewelry store,they'll tell you for sure.
Well I'm, not an expert of fake Luminox, only the real ones, but I will tell you that a 'real' Luminox will be heavy to the touch, good quality steel...another thing that is a must if it is real is the glass tubes on the hands and on the dial at the hour markers...they are very small glass tubes that are not 'charged' by putting in light, they stay lit regardless of any surrounding factors...most fake watches will have 'painted' on glow onto the dial and especially the hands...this model also has a screw-down crown and sapphire crystal...hope this has helped...good luck :)
The watch has a serial number in the back which will certify that it’s real; you can try calling the brand directly and ask them if they will verify it for you based on the serial number in the back of the watch.
Seller could give good serial # number fake watch. Contact Cartier on Bond street with serial # to make sure it was serviced and have them ship. EWorth it to know it is real. Many fakes are out there. If real cheap usually a fake.