I inherited the Rolex a few years ago from my uncle. Right before the pandemic, I took the watch to Rolex, and they refused to service it because they had changed their policy on servicing watches with three or more non-Rolex parts. My uncle was a merchant marine and bought the watch new in the 70s, I'm sure it's legit. The watch had water damage, and the bracelet is pretty stretched. It still runs, but it needs a tune-up. If anyone can recommend a reputable watchmaker (NYC or NJ) who knows their way around a Rolex, I'd appreciate it. I'd also like to get my father's Omega Seamaster cleaned up and tuned. It seems like I've got big-name vintage watches covered. Everything else you see was a gift. I enjoy wearing all the watches in the box. I plan on adding to my collection more intentionally. Now I just have to decide on what to get.