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Lot No. 234 (94th Auction)
International Watch Co., Schaffhausen "Da Vinci Tourbillon", Movement No. 2562478, Case No. 2731824, Ref. 3752, Cal. 76061, 167 g, 39 mm, circa 2006

A gentleman's very rare and heavy, astronomical wristwatch with chronograph, perpetual calendar, moon phase and one-minute tourbillon - limited edition no. 056 of 200 pieces - with original box, operating instructions and original certificate
Case: 18K gold, screwed-on glazed back, hooded movable lugs, IWC 18k gold bracelet with deployant clasp. Dial: silvered, auxiliary seconds. Movm.: 2/3 plate movement, ground tourbillon steel cage, Glucydur screw balance.

In 1985 the International Watch Company introduced the automatic chronograph "Da Vinci" with perpetual calendar and moon phase display. It is fitted with a highly intricate mechanism that digitally displays – in addition to the usual chronograph 30 minute and 12 hour counter – the day of the week, the date, the months and the year until 2499. These indications can be advanced synchronously in a single step. Reference 3752 also features a minute tourbillon – another much coveted complication in any superior watch.
Estimate  27,000 - 35,000 €
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