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Michael Friedberg Wrote:It's a calibre 57 (that's the movement) probably from 1900-10. You can read more about this type of watch at my pocket watch website. While yours appears to be in good condition, it's a common model which has low demand. While we can't appraise here, these usually sell well under 1000 USD.
Last edited: 16 April, 2013 - 00:36
8541 Wrote:bnewbie, welcome.If I read the case serial number correctly - then th date our IWC utility reflects The case was most probably produced resp. delivered around 1930.As MF writes, yours loks in ood condition and I particuarly like hat dial.Best regardsMark
Last edited: 26 March, 2012 - 22:38
bjorn Wrote:According to the Date your IWC program the movement is a caliber 57T dating from 1928 and the case was most probably delivered around 1930.It is a good watch and a great way to start a wrist watch collection but it is not neither a very collectable model nor an expensive watch. But surely a great watch and a piece of IWC history.
Last edited: 26 November, 2012 - 20:28
Hans-Georg Aberle Wrote:It should mentioned that this particular watch (c.57T=tirette) is not so common as the c.57 (11820 from 120020)and was only built between 1926 and 1930.
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