is there a stainless steel, black dial rolex oyster perpetual II that has a gold crown?
What year was it made? How do I verify its authenticity if its outward appearance seems to suggest it is an original but the serial number is defaced? Lastly, if I open the case myself wont the watch be damaged?
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My handyman put a new countertop and stainless steel sink in but he joined the countertop in the...middle where the sink goes. is that right??
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