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[[File:Jewler's-GTAVC-exterior.jpg|thumb|Jewler's in GTA Vice City.]]
 
[[File:Jewler's-GTAVC-exterior.jpg|thumb|Jewler's in GTA Vice City.]]
'''The Jewelry Shop''' is a shop located in [[Vice Point]] in [[1986]]. Inside of the shop there is a [[Hidden Packages|hidden package]] behind the clerk's desk. It can also be robbed by the player.
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'''Jewler's''' is a jewellery store located in [[Vice Point]] in [[1986]]. Inside of the shop there is a [[Hidden Packages|hidden package]] behind the clerk's desk. It can also be [[Robberies|robbed]] by the [[Tommy Vercetti|player]].
   
 
[[Mrs. Dawson]] was a known customer, and this was the last place she shopped before [[Tommy Vercetti]] killed her during [[Waste the Wife]] mission.
 
[[Mrs. Dawson]] was a known customer, and this was the last place she shopped before [[Tommy Vercetti]] killed her during [[Waste the Wife]] mission.
[[Category:All Businesses]]
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==Mission Appearances==
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*[[Waste the Wife]]
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*[[Autocide]]
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== Trivia ==
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* The name "Jewlers" is an obvious reference to "jewing", a now uncommon racial expression meaning to haggle something way above or below the asking price. It may also be a reference to the old racial stereotype that Jewish people are only interested in collecting precious metals and jewels.
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[[es:Joyería de Vice Point]]
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[[Category:Businesses]]
 
[[Category:Businesses in GTA Vice City]]
 
[[Category:Businesses in GTA Vice City]]

Latest revision as of 20:24, January 12, 2016

Jewler's-GTAVC-exterior

Jewler's in GTA Vice City.

Jewler's is a jewellery store located in Vice Point in 1986. Inside of the shop there is a hidden package behind the clerk's desk. It can also be robbed by the player.

Mrs. Dawson was a known customer, and this was the last place she shopped before Tommy Vercetti killed her during Waste the Wife mission.

Mission AppearancesEdit

Trivia Edit

  • The name "Jewlers" is an obvious reference to "jewing", a now uncommon racial expression meaning to haggle something way above or below the asking price. It may also be a reference to the old racial stereotype that Jewish people are only interested in collecting precious metals and jewels.

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