Estimated price: $ 6960
Including commission price: 6000 US dollars (about 47475 yuan)
The case diameter is 47 mm and the thickness is 15 mm. Case number 3230295, model 5005, good condition, central seconds hand, automatic winding, waterproof function, anti-magnetic function, stainless steel three-piece case, large barrel shape, fine polished and frosted, screw-in transparent case back , Screw-down crown with protective device, stepped inclined bezel, lugs with cover, sapphire crystal, black dial with texture, luminous material filled with baton pointer and time marker, 12 o’clock The position is Arabic numerals, the Arabic numerals are displayed on the outer circle of the dial at 5 minute intervals, the date indicator window at 6 o’clock, the power reserve display at 3 o’clock, stainless steel IWC buckle, with original watch case, warranty certificate and booklet.
Caliber 51112, rhodium-plated, with Geneva stripes and fish scales polished decoration, 44 rubies, linear lever escapement, single metal balance wheel, accurately calibrated in 5 directions, shock absorber, self-compensating balance spring, stop-second device , Skeleton hollow rotor, signature on dial, case and movement.
Case 1 (basic brand new); dial 1 (basic brand new), hands 01 (original); movement 1 (basic brand new); expert evaluation AA (very good).
The history of IWC’s watch series is deeply related to the antimagnetic technology of watchmaking. More than 100 years ago, IWC designed and manufactured anti-magnetic watches. The IWC engineer series, which appeared in 1955, was the first model equipped with an automatic winding movement designed by Albert & middot; Albert Pellaton. The winding system (commonly known as the woodpecker winding system) is still a favorite choice of many watch fans even today. In 1976, the sporty case fought by Master Zunda laid the foundation for the modern IWC engineer series. In 1989, the engineer’s 500,000A / m model set a world record in terms of antimagnetic performance. The engineer series first used the 85318541 movement, and later upgraded to the 8011080111 movement produced by IWC. IWC has launched a large-scale engineer series since 2007, using a self-produced 51112 caliber with a diameter of 38.2 mm. The price is also 30% more expensive than the usual engineer series.
Estimated price: $ 6960