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Buy the seller as well as the watch!
Considering you're not bothering to tell us WHO you bought it from or for HOW MUCH you paid, if you trust the seller, by all means speak to him about it!
If the watch is legitimate and if you paid thousands of dollars for it, I don't see what's wrong with expecting perfection. Take it to a P-P Authorized Dealer along with your Proof-Of-Purchase and have the warranty repair work done on it.
If it is a previously-owned piece, then all bets are off. Take it to a watchmaker and have him inspect the date gear.
There could be a speck of dust preventing the date wheel from completing its turn. Do the other dates sit where they're supposed to?
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