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IWC Portuguese Perpetual Calendar Hemisphere Moonphase 18k Rose Gold. REF.00776

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IWC  Portuguese Perpetual Calendar Hemisphere Moonphase 18k Rose Gold. REF.00776

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  • Marca: IWC
  • Modelo:  Portuguese Perpetual Calendar Hemisphere Moonphase 18k Rose Gold
  • Número:  IW5021
  • Gênero: Unisex
  • Características: Cronógrafo, High-end. Calendário perpétuo com indicação de fases da lua no hemisfério norte e hemisfério sul, 7 dias de reserva de corda, idade da lua, indicação de reserva de corda, de dias da semana, dias do mês, mês, ano e ano bissexto. Em ouro rosa com fundo transparente.
  • Caixa: 44,2 mm sem coroa, 18k ouro rose; Resistente à água: 30m
  • Fundo: Mostrador Preto, ponteiros e numerais 18k (lindo contraste),  varios sub-dials, escala taquimetrica. Inscrições: IWC Schaffhausen –  Swiss Made
  • Pulseira: Couro Crocodilo marron com fecho de segurança duplo e rápido original 18k ouro rose.
  • Comentários: Novo (como da loja, usado 2 vezes), completo com documentos e caixa. Oportunidade de aquisiçao de um classico (como novo).  Preço na Boutique IWC a vista: R$ 190.000,00
  •  Acompanha: Caixa e documentos completos, plasticos protetores e cartão. Diferencial webrelogio: Sacola de Luxo e livro-catálogo da  IWC e Posters IWC do relógio. Com estojo, e o tubo de vidro lacrado à vácuo com os numerais para serem colocados no ano de 2199 com os anos 2200 até 2499.

 

 

Nota: em caso de envio por correio não acompanhará a sacola e o livro-catálogo 

 

 

Description: 

IWC Portuguese  Perpetual Calendar Moon 18k Rose Gold  mint, complete Box, Papers, Tags, plastics, extra numerals. Recognizable classic, with outstanding and more rare dial. It´s  truly remarkable. Opportunity (price is USD 40.000,00  at IWC boutique). Pristine condition (wore only a couple of times). Large case with transparent back to see the automatic 7 day power reserve movement. IWC brown exotic strap with IWC 18k gold deployant buckle. Provenance: original owner.

 

Details

Basic Info

Listing number

 

Brand

IWC

Code

5021

Movement

Swiss Automatic Complicated

Case material

18k Rose Gold

Bracelet material

Crocodile Leather

Year

2017

Condition

Unworn

Gender

Men's watch

Location

Brazil, São Paulo

Caliber

Movement

Automatic

Number of jewels

 

Case

Case material

18k Gold

Case diameter

44,2 mm

Glass

Sapphire front and Caseback

Dial

Black

Dial numerals

Gold Arabic numerals

Bracelet/strap

Bracelet material

Crocodile Leather

Bracelet color

Brown

Clasp

Foldable Security deployant

Clasp material

18k gold

  
Box & Papers, mint condition (wore a couple of times, no signs of wear. Pictures are part of the description.
Gold Hands, Subsidiary Second Hand, Date Indicator, Perpetual Calendar (Day, Date, Month, Moonphase and Year) with 7-Day Power Reserve Subdial, Sapphire Crystal.Case thickness: 15,5 mm 
    
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History

IWC Portugieser Automatic, IWC Portugieser (German for "Portuguese") is a classically-styled series of watches from IWC

In 1938, two Portuguese merchants Rodriguez and Teixeira came to IWC and asked for a particularly large and precise wristwatch. Following this request, IWC built a large wristwatch based on a pocket watch movement. Over the next decade, IWC would produce a few such pieces, all oversized, using pocket watch movements like Cal. 74, and featuring clear dials with Arabic numerals.

In 1993, IWC recalled this history as part of the celebration of the company's 125-year anniversary. They created a new "Portugieser" watch, the Jubilee, as a limited edition that closely matched the original's design. After an enthusiastic response from the public, IWC created another Portugieser limited series in 1995 using an updated version of the original pocket watch movement, IWC 9828, in a large 43 mm case. Shortly afterwards, the company released a smaller 35 mm version of the watch, the 3531, as a regular production series using sister company Jaeger-LeCoultre's 891/2 movement.

This model became so important that it was chosen to highlight the restart of IWC's in-house movement development, introducing Cal. 5000 in the 2000 IWC Portugieser 2000. Since that time, IWC has created a diverse line of Portugieser watches in various sizes and styles. Many feature complications (*), including chronographs, but always styled in large, rounded cases with elegant markings that contrast with IWC's Pilot watch line-up.

Although often called "Portuguese" in English, IWC is clear on using the "Portugieser" name for all of their models.

 

The history of the IWC Portuguese Perpetual Calendar:

2003: Introduction of the first Portuguese Perpetual Calendar ref. 5021 with 44.2mm case and signature double moonphase indicator.

IWC introduced its perpetual calendar mechanism for wristwatches in 1985 in the Da Vinci reference 3570. It was a spectacular novelty at the time. With the Swiss watch industry only slowly recovering from the quartz crisis that had hit them hard in the decade before, the only companies of name offering haute complications like this were the of likes of Patek Philippe, Audemars Piguet and Vacheron Constantin – the three classic horological giants. To put things in perspective, the latter only introduced its first perpetual calendar watch since the 50’s in 1983.

It is safe to say that the price of a watch with such a complication was at this time without exception high – very high.

But then IWC came in. Some 10 years earlier, in the mid seventies, one of its watchmakers had in his spare time devised and created a simple calendar mechanism to be fitted atop a pocket watch movement. When finished, the IWC management was both impressed and interested by what this kind sir had achieved and decided to make it commercially available. Said gentleman, Mr. Kurt Klaus, was to be responsible for not only the design he submitted, but also for the prototyping and the production.

Subsequently Mr. Klaus worked in solitude for close to four years  before the project was finally completed in 1985 and the Da Vinci 3570 was presented to the world at the BaselWorld show. Critically acclaimed and powered by its price that shook the industry, the module would grow out to be the most widely sold perpetual calendar mechanism – not only fitted to the Da Vinci collection, but in adapted form in the Novecento, the GST, the Pilot’s Chronograph and various models by JLC, including the current Master Ultra Thin Perpetual . It would also serve as the base for the IWC’s Grande Complication and their masterpiece of the time, the spectacular Destriero Scafusia.

Fast forward 10 years. After a limited edition run two years earlier, IWC introduced the Portuguese back into the regular collection in 1995 with the Chronograph Rattrapante and Chronograph Automatic. Inspired by the success of this collection, IWC decided to create a new model powered by a movement matching the generous proportions of the case: an automatic movement with the size of a pocket watch movement. First used in the Portuguese 2000, the movement used IWC’s signature Pellaton winding system and boasted a 8 day power reserve – restricted to 7 days to ensure accuracy throughout the range.

In 2015, IWC celebrated the 75th Anniversary of the Portuguese with the introduction of a myriad of new models and revamps of most of the existing ones.. Besides a number of changes on the design, the movement powering this new generation of Portuguese Perpetual Calendars was now fitted with twin barrels ensuring the 7 day power reserve, while the previous generations got their power from one single barrel.

 

 

 

 

Temos outras marcas sob consulta confira:

  
 Audemars Piguet, A. Lange & Sohne, Bell & Ross, Blancpain, Breguet, Cartier, Chopard, Cuervos y Sobrinos, Glashute, IWC, Jaeager Le coulter, JeanRichard, Longines, Mido, Montblanc, Panerai, Parmigiani, Piaget, Prada, Roger Dubuis, Seiko, Ulysse Nardin, Vacheron Constantin, Vulcain

 

 

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