3 December 2008
IWC, "PORTUGIESER CHRONO-RATTRAPANTE"
PINK GOLD MANUAL-WINDING SPLIT-SECONDS CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH
CASE 2859160, CIRCA 1998
Calibre 76420, 31 jewels, matte silvered dial with pink gold applied numerals, one-fifth minute divisions on the flange, two engine-turned subdials for small seconds and minute counter, three-part case in 18k pink gold, polished and satined, case back fastened by four screws, split-seconds button at 10 o'clock, 18k pink gold IWC buckle, case, dial and movement signed
Diameter: 41 mm.
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Accompanied by IWC presentation box and certificate.
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