EBay seller kaufein24h listed a fake cased and dialled calibre 562 "solid gold" Constellation in early May. It attracted numerous bids and sold for a thousand-plus Euro before eBay took the listing down and interceded in the completion of the transaction. See the discussion thread here on eBay forum. See the thread here for a discussion on Watchuseek .
This seller has now re-listed the same watch (click here) claiming it is an Omega Constellation. The seller has been told by numerous correspondents that it is NOT. He claims in his listing that watches similar to the one shown has sold for $3500.00, which, of course, is a blatant lie. Watches similar to the one he has listed are only worth the value of the non-chronometer calibre 562 movement....in other words, this watch has value for movement parts only: the case and dial are fake.
In another part of his listing he writes "Bilder sagen mehr als Worte" (Pictures speak louder than words)....and so they do! No amount of pictures or suspect paperwork can obscure the fact that this seller is selling a Frankenfake.
Now am I "craysee" or not?
POSTSCRIPT: I'm delighted to report that our Teutonic eBay friends pulled this auction before it could do harm. Let's hope we never see the likes of it again.