1940s IWC Very Rare Cal.70 S.Steel 35mm Fancy-lug Design White Dial

Manufacturer IWC
Model Fanscy-lugs Design
Year of Manufacture 1940s
Reference no. ---
Product no. A-6776

¥528,000 (with tax)

¥480,000 (without tax)

This is a beautiful piece of IWC from the mid-1940s, featuring the rare Cal.70 movement, with a fancy lug design and a white dial. It's extremely rare as it was only manufactured for a mere two years, from 1945 to 1946. The Cal.70 movement, known for its simplicity compared to previous movements, was said to have been modified for use in military models at that time. Its production was brief, especially with the introduction of the Cal.88 small seconds movement in 1946, making it an exceptionally rare movement.

The dial exhibits a typical IWC design with pink applied index and pink hands, creating an elegant and timeless look. With its distinctive lugs and a substantial 35mm case, this watch stands out among other IWC models of smaller sizes, showcasing its unique presence and rarity.

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Item details

Serial no. 1,122,***
Caliber 70
Movement no. 1,100,***
Movement type Manual winding
Material Stainless Steel
Case size 34.5mm
Case type Snap back non water proof
Dial Original
Type of Indices Print
Belt Non Original (17mm, between lugs) / JPM-9223-2 Brown Calf
Evaluation case 93%
Evaluation dial 93%
Evaluation mov 94%
Condition 4.5
Rarity 4.5

Other details

Case: Good condition with some minor scratches and ageing, but the characteristic case shape is well preserved.

Dial: Slightly aged, but clean with no noticeable scratches or stains.

Movement: The movement is well wound, with an accuracy of around 20 seconds per day.