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well at the least, it's a pocket watch in a new wrist watch case. and there's no identification on the movement, which in the last picture where the watch is lying on the book showing that movement, the watch in the book has the company name on it. and it's a different movement. i can't imagine IWC not signing the movement, but i don't know much about this... so i'll shut up... :roll:
 

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My thoughts exactly. And if it would haven been a real IWC, I think there would be a much higher price too since IWC is highly sought after nowadays.

Personally, I wouldn't touch the watch.

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My thoughts exactly. And if it would haven been a real IWC, I think there would be a much higher price too since IWC is highly sought after nowadays.

Personally, I wouldn't touch the watch.

Kind regards,

Cinq
The seller has made clear that it's a new and custom case. 1884 almost always means a pocket watch, originally.
 
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