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Michael Friedberg Wrote:Actually Nad, it's OK to mention prices of watches not in the current collection, but without reference to anything for sale (that is, once shouldn't say "look at this watch at ----(name of site) --fair price?"). The idea is to keep the site non-commercial.On this watch, someone needs to look up the price in an old catalog, which is why there's probably no answer (I didn't have prior price lists at home this weekend). On this watch, the US price of the Jones in 2005 was 9,900 USD in steel and 16,200 USD in rose gold. I can't estimate the current pricing (and doing so approaches the "line" of being commercial), but one can probably find examples for resale via Google.