IWC calibre identification...

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  1. PJQL

    PJQL Registered User

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    Hi all....
    Could someone help me out by identifying this IWC movement please?

    Many thanks

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    Just for info', I managed to ID this movement.

    It's Pfister Calibre 28, “à bascule pilier” or rocking bar keyless, made from 1879 until about 1884.

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    I have found this site to be very good for identifying IWC watches in particular and many other makers also. Great pictures.
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    That's an excellent link...thank you Tom :)

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