Is it a real IWC cal. 54

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  1. watchfriends

    watchfriends Registered User

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    Hello,

    my english is not so good, so i will show you the pictures an the facts.

    This movement is a forrunner of cal. 52 called cal. 54 (it was only a test) but there are some more things.

    - Dial with only two holders
    - High = 6,4 mm
    - winding wheel with screw
    - Old "Elgin" balance cock
    - Click spring
    - marked with old IWC logo

    sold 1893 , cal. 52 has changed 1891 to new "click spring"

    106.jpg

    last pic shows cal. 54

    http://www.gregsteer.net/IWC/Fournitures/f1_p7+9+11.jpg



     
  2. Dr. Jon

    Dr. Jon Registered User
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    Re: Is it a real cal. 54

    It look real to me. It also looks very good especially the steel work. Thanks for posting it.
     

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