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Win the watch worn by champions.

In a tribute to the most demanding of all sports, Tag Heuer presents the Kirium Chronograph, which splits time to 1/10th of a second and is available in an exciting range of dial colours from pounds 1,325 - and we have one to give away.

The Kirium Chronograph is just one of a superb collection of Tag Heuer professional sports watches available at Rudells the Jewellers, established in Harborne's High Street for more than 12 years.

The prestigious firm is renowned for its friendly service and knowledgeable staff.

Now Rudells and Tag Heuer are giving you the rare opportunity to win a Kirium Chronograph with a box signed by both Mika Hakkinen and David Coulthard - drivers for the McLaren Grand Prix racing team sponsored by Tag Heuer.

We also have a copy of Mastering Time - Tag Heuer's coffee table book (worth pounds 70 each) for each of our three runners-up.

For your chance to be among our TAG HEUER/Rudells winners, you need to attach both tokens from this and last week's Post Style (photocopies NOT accepted), to the entry form here and complete the details requested:



Rudells, 89, High Street, Harborne, Birmingham B17 9NR.

Telephone 0121 427 1904

The Birmingham Post/TAG HEUER/RUDELLS Competition

Attach TWO tokens taken from The Birmingham Post Post Style Supplement to this form and complete the details in the spaces provided:

1: Who is the Worldwide Official Timekeeper of Formula One racing?

Ans: ...

2: How long have Rudells the Jewellers been on Harborne High St?


Name: ...

Address: ...


Postcode: ... Daytime Tel No: ...

Send, to be received no later than Thursday, September 10, to: TAG HEUER/RUDELLS Competition, The Birmingham Post, PO Box 30, Birmingham B4 6BA. Usual Post rules apply. There is no cash alternative.
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Publication:The Birmingham Post (England)
Date:Sep 2, 1998
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