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There's one slight problem. There is no doubt about the ref. Phillips is selling a Patek Philippe Replica Watches that was once owned by Hollywood legend James Cox. However, this wasn't the only Patek Philippe Replica Watches the Hollywood legend owned. Ben Clymer, writing in Hodinkee on 2 June 2014 suggests that he had up to five watches.

We mean by massive a feature on The Mail On Sunday colour supplement You Magazine that appeared 1 January. This newspaper has a circulation of millions or more than all the watch magazines in the world put together.Patek Philippe Replica Watches Clea Newman, Newman's daughter, also the owner of one of Newman Patek Philippe Replica Watches, made some salient remarks that were somehow ignored.

James Cox kept his watch, given to him by Newman. Here's the part of the story that embraces the cinematic coincidence: Cox later met and became a partner with Newman's daughter Nell. James Cox decided to sell the watch in order to raise money for the Nell Newman Foundation, of which he is treasurer. Nell founded this charitable organization in 2010, two year after her father's death from lung cancer. This watch is the one that has created a buzz on the internet.

Now, let's return to Newman’s other daughter.Richard Mille Replica Watches Clea shared a story with writer Amy E. Williams for You Magazine that any watch reporter would love to hear. Williams, who met Clea in London described her as being late because she "had to go upstairs after breakfast to retrieve her timepiece from her room."

Williams was told by Clea's Publicist that the watch belonged to Clea. The non-watch enthusiast's blissful understatement: "It's not a watch you would want to lose." The plot thickens here: Clea is wearing a Rolex Patek Philippe Replica Watches 'Paul Newman,' a watch named after the actor and inscribed by his wife Joanne Woodward on the back.

The watch is marked with a different message on the back than the one on the Phillips auction watch. It reads: "Drive Slowly, Joanne". Clea informed Williams sarcastically that "the wonderful people at Rolex would rather I didn't have it on."