Corrected entry: The antiques dealer reads a date from the watch, something in the late 1700s. He then says that this watch and several like it were made in the 17th century. Well considering the 17th century is the 1600s either the date on the watch should be in the 1600s or the antiques dealer doesn't know his centuries.
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