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  • In regards to the tudor question, it's for a model that's really a Tudor replica of the Rolex daydate but it's a fairly new edition. From what I read they're only a few years old but they're not common here and being tudor are fairly well priced for what you're getting. Id love the Rolex but with wedding approaching I think I'm being a little too optimistic. Tudor will probably work out about £1000 for one in top or brand new condition with the same white gold fluted bezel etc.


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