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Ross Wrote:Hi Juan,The watch and movement date from 1951; the movement should be a calibre 89 (centre seconds).Do you have pictures?
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8541 Wrote:Juan Carlos Hi,Posting pictures of the watch dial side and movement side should help the collectors here advise you. As long as you dont get dirt into the movement, it's perfectly OK on a pocket watch to snap open the tha back cover and take a photo.To answer your question as to " /or if IWC can do it?" - the answer is YES. IWC maintain a fantastci service department, and as long as the pocket watch is completer and cased in it's original IWC case (as your serial number seems to indicate" they will / should be able to do a full service. They also, can offer to do a full refurbishment of the watch, including the dial which will restore it to it's full glory - but be warned, these are costly exercises. However, having had IWC already have done up a number of my vintage pocket watches, I can tell you that they are absolute experts at it, and you definitely will not regret the expense. Of course, you do need to decide if you wish to spend a couple of hundred(s) certainly if you have the dial redone - on this watch. Photo's will help the experts here advise you.Best regardsMark
quijotelancelot Wrote:What will be the way to get it repaired?. I can send the watch directly to IWC services departament ? or I have to go to an IWC dealer?.Regards