IWC

IWC

WOT ID: 28629

cufflinks, silver, 2016

IWC

Ref. 255502
WOT ID: 29281

Ref. 255502, Special Edition 1856-2006 Andreas Huber Urania , steel, manual wind, Limited edition, 2007

IWC

Ref. 3320
WOT ID: 6938

Ref. 3320, Porsche Design
Sportivo 02, yellow-gold, quartz, 1996

IWC

Ref. 2113220
WOT ID: 7157

Ref. 2113220, Porsche Design
Lady, titanium, quartz, 1991

PORSCHE DESIGN by IWC

Ref. 3317
WOT ID: 22345

Ref. 3317, Medium, titanium, quartz, 1980

IWC

WOT ID: 28887

Tuning fork watch, steel, quartz, very nice original condition, 1971

IWC

Ref. R 819A
WOT ID: 28389

Ref. R 819A, Pellaton Automatic , steel, 1970

IWC

WOT ID: 24955

systeme Pellaton, yellow-gold, 1956

IWC

Ref. 374A
WOT ID: 29300

Ref. 374A, 18K, yellow-gold, extract from the archives, 1955

IWC

Ref. 1970
WOT ID: 17847

Ref. 1970, Rare and stylish watch from the seventies
System Pellaton, steel,

IWC

Ref. 5009
WOT ID: 29505

Aviator watch, Ref. 5009, Big Pilot's watch with 7 days power reserve, steel, box and paper, 2020

IWC

Ref. IW371808
WOT ID: 28144

Aviator watch, Ref. IW371808, Doppelchronograph, steel, chronograph, rattrapante, box and paper, 2019

IWC

Ref. IW327007
WOT ID: 29151

Aviator watch, Ref. IW327007, Pilot's watch , steel, box and paper, Limited edition, 2018

IWC

Ref. IW510301
WOT ID: 25556

Aviator watch, Ref. IW510301, steel, manual wind, box and paper, Limited edition, 2017

IWC

Ref. IW387804
WOT ID: 26046

Aviator watch, Ref. IW387804, Spitfire Chrono Ardoise, steel, chronograph, box and paper, 2014

About IWC watches
IWC, the International Watch Co. AG, is based in Schaffhausen, Switzerland, since 1868 and is part of the Richemont group since 2000. It was the 27 years old watchmaker Florentine Ariosto Jones, deputy director of E. Howard Watch & Clock Company in Boston, USA, who decided in 1868 to start his own business – the International Watch Co.AG - in Switzerland. In 1880 Johannes Rauschenbach-Vogel, a manufacturer of machinery also based in Schaffhausen, took over the company. This lead to the commercial breakthrough of IWC. Likewise, they successfully managed the quartz crisis in the 1970s and 1980s by focusing on classical mechanical complications.
The construction for an automatic winding was used in the timepieces series Kaliber 85. Here, the movements of the person wearing the watch ensures its winding up of the movement. Currently, the collections Grande Complication and the aviator watches Classica and Portofino are most sought after. In 2007 IWC opened their first own, in-house timepieces museum in Schaffhausen.