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HajoFair Winds and Following Seas
Last edited: 26 February, 2015 - 08:58
8541 Wrote:A quick check with the Service Department in Schaffhausen today confirms that the recently announced COA - Certificate of Authenticity remains available for those that wish to have a hard copy certificate of "genuiness" for a particular watch. Be it for insurance purposes, removal of doubt or simply to add a little extra "IWC" value to your watch!The process to acquire a COA remains unchanged - the timepiece needs to be returned to Schaffhausen for inspection and verification via your local Authorized IWC Dealer or an IWC boutique.Best of both worlds now available - thank you IWC for providing these services to us Collectors.
Last edited: 27 October, 2013 - 09:32
8541 Wrote:Roberto, a good question. With a strong answer!Indeed, unlike the previous Extracts which were static extracts issued based on information on paper records - the COA is issued after a hands on inspection by trained and/or people "in the know". Least ways, when I look at the titles of the two people who signed my Extracts - I know that they are qualified to do just that.
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argiris develegas Wrote:My compliments to my friend Mark and IWC, in that order.