Portuguese Sidérale Scafusia
Last edited: 29 April, 2012 - 20:14
There is no time in the now it's time for a watch.
Last edited: 7 September, 2012 - 23:25
clepsydra Wrote:I am not trying to be difficult here, but I just noted that the movement has C. 9820 engraved and you say it is a cal 9827. Is there are a reason for the discrepancy?
Ralph Ehrismann Wrote:Hi, I think 55mm is quite big. When you know the size of the movement, this size size is called at IWC "17 lig. H4" (in reality they are 16 3/4 lig. = 37.8mm ) The gap between the movement and the outer size is huge.I'd call it "imposture", a lot of case with few movement. (sorry)In such a size you could place a 22 lig movement.But it is a really nice watch and movement. IWC produed no bigger PW movement that time. (1970's or 1980's)The last 19 lig. movement was built (c52T. S.C.) 1940, the last 18 lig. movement (c67) 1958.
clepsydra Wrote:Hi Hebe,If the cal on this one is a 9820, and the cal on the Jubilee is a 9828, is it safe to assume there are 7 other calibers in between?We all know, the difference between cal 98 and cal 982 is incabloc. Is it safe to assume that the differences between cal 9820s, all the way to cal 9828 are the engravings?And how does the cal 982F in? Or am I looking too deep into the nomenclature? :)
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