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Michael Friedberg Wrote:This is one of the first fake IWC pocket watches I have seen. I am sorry to tell you this, but I am absolutely certain.The movement is not by IWC, and does not look at all like their production. Someone crudely added IWC to a plate. The case is not by IWC, and the number reflects a watch made in the past 30 years, and not an old watch. The dial is patterned after an IWC dial, but is redial-copy with several minor detail errors.Sorry!
Ralph Ehrismann Wrote:Yes, this is for shure not an IWC watch.The date this watch became a "fake" or just an upgraded "no name" watch is for me not so clear. I think the "IWC" on the movement and the dial was applied not from "origin", so it is not really a fake, but just some addons were done to give some "value". Kind regardsRalph
BigBadJohn Wrote:Hi,I recently inherited a pocket watch from my great grandfather and don't know much about it. The face says International Watch Co and has roman numerals.The number on the movement is 367455. The inside back cover has #391745 as well as the outside back cover has the same #391745. The inside back cover says Grand Prix Milan 1906 and International Watch Co. MEDAIllE D'ORThe rear cover also has 14K stamped in it. Any info would be appreciatedThank you