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I have an Omega Art Collection watch is by Fritz Glarner and number 943/999 that I've had it since brand new and wore it religiously until I became involved in the hospitality industry. Due to the demands of my job, it's not suitable to wear day-to-day so I haven't worn it for about 10 years.
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