It is nearly impossible to 100% authenticate a watch over the internet, especially with poor photos.

There is no substitute for handling the watch and checking it closely with a loupe.

What we can do here, is try to point out any glaring errors, or issues that need further investigation, like better photos.

Long gone are cheap "Chinese" fakes - those we can identify in seconds, next came the super fakes, that feel and look pretty close, usually very close inspection of the dial, back case or movement gives them away, the new "ultra super fakes" (my words) are becoming increasingly hard to tell if genuine or fake, and usually we need clear photos of dial, rehaut if Rolex and movement if exhibition case.

Please post your photos here.
We will surely do our best.