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PostPosted: Tue Oct 30, 2012 3:18 am 
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Hi Ricardo. I am looking to source one of these lovely watched, the 18k version.
My research shows the gold ones all appear to be limited editions
Oddly some are x of 250 and others x of 500. But I can't tell is these Were different year limited editions or just different coloured gold models.
seems the H 19350 is a 250 limited edition whilst the R 19350 is 500, the only difference I can see is yellow gold and rose gold respectively.
Are you able to throw any light on this please? THanks Alan


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Norwel wrote:
Hi Ricardo. I am looking to source one of these lovely watched, the 18k version.
My research shows the gold ones all appear to be limited editions
Oddly some are x of 250 and others x of 500. But I can't tell is these Were different year limited editions or just different coloured gold models.
seems the H 19350 is a 250 limited edition whilst the R 19350 is 500, the only difference I can see is yellow gold and rose gold respectively.
Are you able to throw any light on this please? THanks Alan



All of that is correct - all gold ones are LEs, two separate LE runs for the different coloured gold. From memory I think that they were the same year, but not 100%.


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Thanks very much, I appreciate your help.
I was also wondering if there are any which have the calendar letters, day and month, in English ?
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Alan


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Norwel wrote:
Thanks very much, I appreciate your help.
I was also wondering if there are any which have the calendar letters, day and month, in English ?
Regards
Alan



I believe that there have been English language variants, but not in gold.


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