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Buying Rolex watch from Bucherer

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Last month, I bought a Rolex watch from Bucherer shop, Switzerland without any plan in advance. Once I got back home, I googled to find more details of the watch I bought by a reference number shown on the receipt. Unfortunately, I couldn't find any watch looking like the one in my hands. With the same reference number, I could find only one Rolex watch which almost looks alike except dial's design and color.

Is it possible that this watch is not original because the shop changed the dial and sold it without telling me?

PS. The one I bought was shown in the front display of the store.

Thanks.

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