The condition of this watch (1953) is pristine.
The dial shows no discoloration or flaws, neither does the set of gold ‘Dauphine’ hands.
No dents or deep scratches to the case.
This watch has been worn so little that the case back shows the original IWC print which is slightly faded.
The watch houses the well-known Cal.852 movement from IWC. One of the earlier automatic timepieces where the rotor winds the movement when rotating both to the right and the left.
Comes with black leather strap and original gold plated IWC buckle.
Just a stunning and special version of a classic gentlemen’s wristwatch, made by one of the best.