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Watches Perfect For Dad!

Jun 11, 2014

Father’s Day is right around the corner and there is still time to get a great gift. I’ve selected the top four watches we have in our showroom that would be perfect for dad. Check them out:

Vintage 18k Yellow Gold Patek Philippe with small seconds sub-dial

Vintage 18k Yellow Gold Patek Philippe with small seconds sub-dial

 

Rolex GMT Master II  in Stainless Steel

Rolex GMT Master II
in Stainless Steel

 

Rolex DateJust in Stainless Steel with diamond dial and 18k white gold fluted bezel

Rolex DateJust in Stainless Steel with diamond dial and 18k white gold fluted bezel

 

Rolex Daytona in 18k Yellow Gold and Stainless Steel

Rolex Daytona in 18k Yellow Gold and Stainless Steel

If you’re interested in any of these watches give us a call for pricing at 410-837-0290. Happy Father’s Day!

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