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it has been awhile since ive last posted on this board and i have a question to ask regarding the crown collection timepieces.......ive taken notice that many of these pieces at the various local ad's ive visited all have older serial numbers as far back as "k" series.

i recently special ordered a ladies platinum dj with a white diamond mop dial and specifically requested my ad for an "m" series serial number and he is having some degree of difficulty accommodating my requirements.

he called me last week and informed me rolex n.y. just received a handful of ladies platinum dj with white diamond mop dial but none in the "m" series. is this common with the crown collection pieces and has anyone purchased a piece recently from the crown collection with the latest "m" series serial number. any information will be greatly appreciated. take care and have fun.
aloha,
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it has been awhile since ive last posted on this board and i have a question to ask regarding the crown collection timepieces.......ive taken notice that many of these pieces at the various local ad's ive visited all have older serial numbers as far back as "k" series.

i recently special ordered a ladies platinum dj with a white diamond mop dial and specifically requested my ad for an "m" series serial number and he is having some degree of difficulty accommodating my requirements.

he called me last week and informed me rolex n.y. just received a handful of ladies platinum dj with white diamond mop dial but none in the "m" series. is this common with the crown collection pieces and has anyone purchased a piece recently from the crown collection with the latest "m" series serial number. any information will be greatly appreciated. take care and have fun.
aloha,
brian
Keep in mind that the precious metal models don't sell as briskly as the stainless steel models do, so while you often see older serials sitting in dealer cases, and no doubt it takes RUSA longer to get the latest serials.
 

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Keep in mind that the precious metal models don't sell as briskly as the stainless steel models do, so while you often see older serials sitting in dealer cases, and no doubt it takes RUSA longer to get the latest serials.
much mahalo john for taking the time to share information.....i kind of was thinking on the same lines, just wanted to hear it from others and make sure nobody is out there with an "m" series from the crown collection. my last two recent purchases were both "m" series but they were s/s pieces. take care and have fun.
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much mahalo john for taking the time to share information.....i kind of was thinking on the same lines, just wanted to hear it from others and make sure nobody is out there with an "m" series from the crown collection. my last two recent purchases were both "m" series but they were s/s pieces. take care and have fun.
aloha,
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Brian - let's see some photos of those purchases! :D
 

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Brian - let's see some photos of those purchases! :D
i apologize for the lousy pics.....i ended up purchasing two s/s/ gmt's.....im not crazy, lol.....one for me and one for my cousin. take care and have fun.
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We love drooling over platinum Rolexes! Please post pics!
i will once i receive it....it was a special order since none of my ad's had it in stock. i actually requested for an "m" serial number and willing to accept a "z" serial as well. the funny thing is that i requested a white mop dial with favoring of pinkish hues and my ad has had no problem with this requirement over the serial number request.....one would think the serial number request would be much easier to accommodate than a mop dial favoring pinkish hues. i promise to share pics when we receive....keep in mind it is a ladies dj. take care and have fun.
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Lava,

I recently got my wife a SS DJ with the 18K white gold bezel. I wanted to get her something unique, so I opted for the black MOP dial. Have you seen them both? The white MOP with pick hues I thought my wife would enjoy, but when we went in she LOVED the green, purple, and orange hues that the black MOP dial had. Its a really great combination. She loves it's chameleon like nature in that it seems to pick up whatever she is wearing and gives off complementary hues.

Of course, you'll love either. I just thought I'd ask if you'd seen the black MOP.
 

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Lava,

I recently got my wife a SS DJ with the 18K white gold bezel. I wanted to get her something unique, so I opted for the black MOP dial. Have you seen them both? The white MOP with pick hues I thought my wife would enjoy, but when we went in she LOVED the green, purple, and orange hues that the black MOP dial had. Its a really great combination. She loves it's chameleon like nature in that it seems to pick up whatever she is wearing and gives off complementary hues.

Of course, you'll love either. I just thought I'd ask if you'd seen the black MOP.
mahalo for sharing the info.....ive seen both and i find them both very attractive. the white mop is the preference of the individual it was bought for. congrats to you and your wife for an awesome gift! take care and have fun!
aloha,
brian
 
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