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Last edited: 2017-04-15T09:11:08
clepsydra Wrote:Hi Gary,Welcome to the forum. This is the right place to identify your IWC, but for one us to be able to help, you must be more specific. The numbers you provide are meaningless unless you tell what they correspond to. Please provide the case number (usually found inside the case back, but sometimes outside the case or between the lugs), the movement number, and any other numbers inside the case back. Images of the dial and of the movement also facilitate identification. Please the forum to find out "how to post images".
Last edited: 2012-11-12T19:51:26
Arqui Wrote:I have a IWC watch bought for my father in Buenos Aires in 1964. It is a steel watch with a steel brazelet and its number is 1.626.437. It is a hand wound watch. I will like to know more details about the movement and its quality. The dial is steel gray and the numbers(not numbers in fact), are of white gold, as the seller said when my father bought it. The seconds are showed by a central hand. The back of the watch is smaller than the total watch diameter, and isn´t of the screw tipe.The dial is covered by a plexiglas circle.Regards and many thanks in advance.
Last edited: 2014-09-10T08:40:03
clepsydra Wrote:Does it look like this one?
policybuddy Wrote in reply to:clepsydra Wrote:Does it look like this one?Certainly does!!
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