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Otites, laryngites, bronchites à répétition… Les reflux gastro-œsophagiens, objets de nombreuses consultations en pédiatrie, sont-ils des coupables idéals? Réponse de Patrick Tounian, pédiatre à l’hôpital Trousseau à Paris.

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Notwithstanding the youth of Notwithstanding the youth of replique montre the watch collector's market, which started about 25 years ago, Rolex watches have consistently been fetching higher prices at auctions, according to auction house specialists. Vintage Rolex models from the 1950s and 1960s that have survived in original condition command extremely high premiums; in some cases, a watch that cost $100 then may fetch $100,000 now, depending on its rarity as well."As scholarship has accelerated in the last several years, people have figured out that the earliest versions of chronographs were made in only 10, 20, maximum 100 examples, meaning they are as rare as an oil on canvas by Picasso," says Bacs, who went as far as to say Rolex has been the No. 1 market outperformer in the last three years, with prices growing from the low-five digits to the high-five digits.The most collectible models of repliche orologi Rolex timepieces have nicknames, such as the Steve McQueen, or the Paul Newman, in association with the magnetic movie stars who wore them. McQueen, the king of cool, was partial to the Explorer II, while Newman's choice was the Daytona. In fact, the Ref 6263 Rolex Daytona ‘Paul Newman,' a steelcased mechanical chronograph (pictured at top), sold for a record-breaking $1.1 million at Christie's Lesson One sale, which featured 50 exception examples of Rolex Daytonas, in 2013. It is one of just four Rolex watches that have been known to break through the million dollar sale mark. Another example was a Rolex Split-Second Chronograph Ref 4113, which was incredibly complicated (especially for a Rolex), unusually large (at 44mm) for its time, had a very thin bezel (also uncommon for a Rolex), and was one of replique montres only 12 ever made."When it comes to Rolex, the big variations on the results at auction are all in the details," says Borgelt, adding that the most sought-after Paul Newman Daytonas come with ‘exotic' black-and-white dials with contrasting red accents. "Vintage Submariners and Sea-Dwellers with red accents to the dials, or some fading to the dials, are sought after by collectors as well."