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Hallmarks on gold chasas IWC 1955-1959 and head of the watch.QUESTION?
June 12, 2011
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Member since June 11, 2011
I have a gold watch IWC 18K./750 Rose Gold, C.89, Case Number 1391032, RIBBON LUGS 1955-1959?? I still think this is 1957.
Looking through these watches, but with different lugs and different years, noticed that the hallmarks are usually under the lugs.Sometimes one, sometimes two, just in different lugs.In my watch the hallmarks are on the opposite side of the head-one hallmark on the outside lug and the other near the first rib on the case of the watch..
I would like to know if there is a certain order of branding for everything year with the caliber 89? What specifically in my case? What is mean hallmarks at all?
My watch is original at all???
And the question about head of the watch.
From whom the material should be head in my watch, gold watch or gold cover?
I think these questions and answers will be interest not only to me!
Thanks in advance.
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