Regards, Shing | email iwcforme1976 (at) gmail (dot) comtime does not change us. it just unfolds us. max frisch.all that really belongs to us is time; even he who has nothing else has that. baltasar gracian.
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shing Wrote:Hi Mike, Pics would help, if u could share them here on this forum. Identifying vintage timepieces is something many knowledgeable collectors found here in this forum can do (although I unfortunately am not one of them :).Erstwhile, these too can assist:DateYourIWC by case and movement number (I prefer the applet version at the bottom)Vintage CatalogsInstructions found here on how you can also order an extract from IWC archives to verify authenticity.To post pics:Picture Uploading - A Snappy Guide To upload a pic to the forum, you will need to first upload the picture onto a hosting site. This can be space provided by your internet service provider (your account may already come with one with a limited size). Whatever the case, the pic has to reside on a permanently live server and cannot be on your harddrive.Quick Step One: most people sign up for a free host at www.photobucket.comQuick Step Two: Upload your pic, preferably in 640x480 sizeQuick Step Three: Look for this box below and click on the URL beside IMG Code, and paste it directly in ‘Your Comment’ box when writing a new comment in the forum. Quick Step Four: check, check, check that you have successfully uploaded the pic (like I have done with the image directly above :) by using the preview button i.e. clicking on the ‘tick’, just above the ‘Your Comment’ box. And you’re done ! If you are still facing issues, kindly consult this earlier discussion with clearer and more in depth instructions by two esteemed members. Do note also our forum rules which bar members from posting images and pictures that are offensive and/or infringe on others’ legal rights (including trademark, copyright, or privacy rights). The IWC Website General Rules can also be found here.
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