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  • The ref that matters is the one on the case...
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      Posted Nov 6, 2011 8:04 AM

      ...and they aren't clear which is which. The mismatched ref on the case back is common on DDs as well as the steel models. I would really be upset to get that watch with an 1804 case stamp and an 1802 case back. And what is that BS about the reeded 1803?

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