13 November 2006
IWC. A fine and unusual stainless steel wristwatch with three-tone silvered dial and flexible lugs
Signed International Watch Co., Schaffhausen, no. 1026630, manufactured in 1942
Cal. 83 12''' nickel-finished jewelled lever movement, the three-tone silvered dial with baton and Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds, in circular case with snap on back, hooded angular lugs with flexible rectangular-shaped ends, case, dial and movement signed
35 mm. diam.
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Accompanied by IWC Extract from the Ledger dated 30 March 2005 confirming the sale of the present watch to Weinstabl on 3 March 1942.
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