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Lot No. 142*
Lot No. 142*
Estimate  8,500 - 10,500 €
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International Watch Co., Schaffhausen "Ingenieur"

, Movement No. 1334213, Cal. 8521, 36 mm, circa 1953

A vintage antimagnetic automatic wristwatch with centre seconds and date

- with original box
Case: 18k gold, screw back, anti-magnetic protection cap, 18k gold IWC buckle. Dial: silvered.

There are hardly any gold examples of the IWC Ingenieur available any more. This model is not only rare but also in excellent condition, with a pleasant, gently aged iridescent champagne dial.

IWC's Ingenieur was made for the first time in the middle of the 1950's. With its self-winding mechanical movement, it was a sensation at the time, and has always been considered as the most resistant watch. This concept of wristwatch was meant to be constantly adapted to technical progress in the field. In 1976 will be launched the model "Ingenieur SL" antimagnetic to 80'000 Ampere/Meter and in 1989 the "Ingenieur R" antimagnetic to 500'000 Ampere/Meter.
Case: very good
Dial: very good
Movm.: very good, capable of running, cleaning recommended

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