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I need to buy a gold corum buckle with the key insignia on it, or a black lizard strap with this gold buckle for a corum swiss ingot timepiece I am giving my father for christmas. He owned a 1980's corum swiss ingot black leather strap watch which was lost in a ner fatal car accident 2 years ago. I have purchased the exact timepiece, but lack an original gold buckle. Please help!

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mcdevito75 Here, Hello Glen, with you knowing the MM size of the band, ebay is the place to look for a replacement.------------ In fact I have a 20MM strap in Black, made out of Rubber with a very lite Lizard design and stiching alond the edges, contact me ay mcdevito@netzero.com for details if interested.

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