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Lot No. 424
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Estimate  7,000 - 9,000 €
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IWC's legendary "Ingenieur" model - a "generations set" of 2 classic wristwatches:



International Watch Co., Schaffhausen "Ingenieur", Movement No. 1706684, Ref. 666AD, Cal. 8531, 36 mm, circa 1963


An automatic, antimagnetic vintage wristwatch with date sold to MRA in Buenos Aires on 1966/12/23. With IWC extract from the archives of 2008/04/01.
Case: steel, screw back, anti-magnetic protection cap, steel bracelet by Gay Frères with IWC deployant clasp, bracelet length 150 mm, total length 190 mm. Dial: black.

International Watch Co., Schaffhausen "Ingenieur Automatic 1955", Movement No. 3040732, Case No. 3305973, Ref. IW323301, Cal. 80111, 42 mm, circa 2009
An automatic wristwatch in mint condition, with date - with original box, operating instructions and guarantee card
Case: steel, glazed screw back, IWC buckle. Dial: black.

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.
#48341
Case: very good
Dial: very good
Movm.: very good, capable of running


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