Hong Kong, HKCEC Grand Hall
30 May 2012
IWC. AN 18K GOLD AUTOMATIC PERPETUAL CALENDAR CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH MOONPHASE AND DIGITAL YEAR DISPLAY
SIGNED IWC, SCHAFFHAUSEN, DA VINCI MODEL, REF. 3750, MOVEMENT NO. 2'599'998, CASE NO. 2'625'761, CIRCA 2000
Cal. 79601 automatic lever movement, 39 jewels, white dial, applied gold baton numerals with luminous accents, four subsidiary dials indicating phases of the moon combined with 30 minutes register, date, month combined with 12 hours register, day combined with constant seconds, eccentric aperture for four digits year display, circular case, stepped bezel, snap on back, screw down crown, two round chronograph buttons in the band, 18k gold IWC buckle, case, dial and movement signed
39 mm. diam.
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With IWC undated Certificate, guarantee card, millennium slide, two sales tag, instruction manual, product literature, fitted presentation box and outer packaging.
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