|Movement||Manually Wound Cal 64|
|Case Material|| |
9ct Yellow Gold
Here we have an interesting antique watch from IWC, imported by Stauffer and Co in the early 20th century.
This watch is a classic example of early wristwatch designs. The hinged, front loaded case with wire lugs is essentially a small pocket watch which is rotated and wire lugs attached.
These cases were manufactured mainly by a case company called Borgel.
The case measures 33.5mm and features the pin set time setting. The small button being depressed while turning the crown sets the time, rather than pulling out the crown.
The movement is not marked IWC but 'S&CO'. Stauffer and Co but is actually an IWC cal 64.
The enamel dial is in superb condition with no hairline cracks, just one small scratch above 9,
This comes on a black leather croc grain strap.
This watch uses the IWC cal 64 manual wind.
This watch is in excellent original condition. The case has only very light scratches and small amounts of wear. The glass is scratch free and the movement has been serviced but us and is running well.
IWC 9ct Gold Trench Watch Circa 1915
If you are not local to us, we are happy to post your watch to you, fully insured next day delivery at buyers expense (between £8 and £12
While all care is taken to ensure every watch functions perfectly well, occasionally when worn on the wrist they can behave slightly differently. If any issues occur within the 30 days after purchase we are happy to repair the watch hassle free.