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Relógio Bolso IWC Schaffhausen International Watch Company Art Deco Pocket. REF.00920

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Relógio Bolso IWC Schaffhausen International Watch Company Art Deco Pocket. REF.00920

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  • Marca:  IWC International Watch Company
  • Modelo :Bolso Art Deco Pocket  
  • Número:  Sim
  • Gênero: Masculino
  • Características:  Relógio folheado a ouro, em autentico estilo Art Deco. Movimento mecânico manual sem chave, highgrade (v.detalhes), tipo half-hunter com as duas tampas gravadas como o logo IWC e numeradas, movimento numerado. Movimento original IWC, Sofisticado, 18 linhas, highgrade,  balanço Breguet, numerado, visual limpo, etc.
  • Caixa:  Ouro folheado amarelo, 51mm sem coroa, 13 mm largura , peso total do relógio aprox. 85 g. Classico, em incrivel estado (inicio seculo XX), garantindo a originalidade com a tipica decoração guilloche na tampa traseira e brasão. Assinado e numerado nas tampas. Escrito tambem na tampa interna, ricamente ilustrado, confirmando a qualidade diferenciada: “International Watch Company – Medaille D´Or – Grand Prix Milan 1906 – 11 brasões/medalhas gravadas.
  • Fundo: Mostrador 24-horas Original Porcelana Branca com relevo (tom) distinto na área central, assinado International Watch Co., ponteiro subsidiário de segundos (0-60), numerais Breguet arábicos em preto (1-12), Numerais arábicos em vermelho (13-24), escala adicional  e marcação  (minutos), ponteiros decorados estilo Breguet Moon.
  • Pulseira : 
  • Comentários : Importante Relógio da IWC Schaffhausen, classico, original, lindo movimento. Elegante e atemporal;  inclui Caixa Protetora Vintage (não assinada). Trata-se de relógio mais raro, cada vez mais cobiçado, ótimo investimento devido as  poucas peças disponíveis, com a vantage para investimento (Ouro folheado perfeito estado).. Calibre revisado (com as ressalvas de funcionamento e precisão de peça antiga)Proveniência: Pertenceu ao pai do último proprietário, portanto esta na família ha várias décadas. 
  • Acompanha : Diferenciais @webrelogio. Caixa vintage. Livro-catálogo IWC. Documento do ultimo proprietario (recibo pessoal). Sacola de luxo.


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IWC Schaffhausen Art Deco Lepine Gold Filled Pocket Watch

Movement high-grade, balance Breguet, nice bridges; In working condition, recently serviced (consider it as a vintage timepiece). Black & Red numerals Seconds (0-60) sub-dial, Plus Breguet style Numerals black (1-12) and red (13-24) plus segmented minutes scale

The great 18” ligne jewelled movement is in very good visual condition, very beautiful and sophisticated manufacturing. Caliber 57H5, with IWC famous logo. See photos for details. Numbered and signed in both covers and movement.

Case Gold filled with 2 covers, signed, both numbered. Dust Cover decorated:

“International Watch Co.  – Medaille D´Or – Grand Prix Milan 1906 – plus 11 richly stamped medals/arms)” (Esposizione Internazionale del Sempione). Case marked IWC and MGBM, “Manufacture Genevoise de Boites Montres” of Geneva, Switzerland;

Numbers: Case 874.0XX ; Movement: 885.4XX H5 and +55231 (all IWC logo signed)

Guilloche decoration Caseback. No visible marks in the case, excellent condition.

The 24-hour dial is in outstanding condition  in 2 tones (highlighting the centre). Nice decorated hands, Breguet Moon style.

Weight: 85 g

Width without bow: 51 mm

Thickness: 13 mm

Provenance: Same local family, belonged to the father of the last owner. It comes with vintage box (not signed) and Declaration of previous owner from provenance.

Calibre 57 (produced from 1890 to 1931): like its predecessors, the Calibre 57 does not have a separate escape wheel cock but rather an extended plate.  It had a bimetallic balance, a Breguet overcoil, and either classic lever or fine adjustment (this version has fine adjustment). It also has IWC-Probus Scafusia logo.


See photos for more details.

Basic Info

Listing number


Reference Number

Lepine Gold Pocket Watch


IWC - International Watch Co.

Case material

Yellow Gold filled (half-hunter, 2 covers)

Year of production



Very Good (no signs of wear or scratches)

Scope of delivery

vintage box not signed, owner´s receipt


Men's watch/Unisex


Brazil, São Paulo


Case material

Metal Gold Filled IWC

Case diameter

51 mm, 18 lines movement

Bezel material

Gold Filled


White Enamel with nuances (2 tones)

Dial numerals

Arabic Numerals black and red



Guilloché plus coat-of-arms-like decoration Caseback. Black (1-12) and Red (13-24) Arabic numerals dial, subsidiary seconds (10-60); Minute scale thru small rectangles

Additional Information:

Guilloche is a decorative technique in which a very precise, intricate and repetitive pattern is mechanically engraved into an underlying material via engine turning, which uses a machine of the same name, also called a rose engine lathe. This mechanical technique improved on more time-consuming designs achieved by hand and allowed for greater delicacy, precision, and closeness of line, as well as greater speed.

The term guilloche is also used more generally for repetitive architectural patterns of intersecting or overlapping spirals or other shapes, as used in the Ancient Near East, classical Greece and Rome and neo-classical architecture, and Early Medieval interlace decoration in Anglo-Saxon art and elsewhere. Medieval Cosmatesque stone inlay designs with two ribbons winding around a series of regular central points are very often called guilloche. These central points are often blank, but may contain a figure, such as a rose. These senses are a back-formation from the engraving guilloché, so called because the architectural motifs resemble the designs produced by later guilloché techniques.

The name, as guilloché, is French, dating back at least to the 1770s, and is often said to be called after a French engineer named Guillot, who invented a tool or turning machine.


International Watch Co. AG, doing business as IWC Schaffhausen, is a luxury Swiss watch manufacturer located in Schaffhausen, Switzerland. Founded by American watchmaker Florentine Ariosto Jones in 1868, IWC has been a subsidiary of the Swiss Richemont Group since 2000.

IWC is best known today for producing high-quality pilot/aviation watches and using titanium in watchmaking. In addition, IWC is notable for being the only major Swiss watch manufacturer located in eastern Switzerland, as the majority of the well-known Swiss watch manufacturers are located in western Switzerland; in fact, the lingua franca of IWC is German. Since early 2000s, IWC has been recognized as a forerunner in watchmaking industry committed to environmental protection and sustainable development.

During the period just before and after the First World War, it was devoted to devising and setting up social institutions. It extended the living quarters for factory employees and established a fund for widows and orphans.

Germany's military buildup of the 1930s brought the demand for precision watches back to Glashütte. From the second half of the thirties to the end of World War II, IWC was one of five watch manufacturers (the others being StowaLacoWempe and A. Lange & Söhne) that built B-Uhren for Germany's air force (Luftwaffe). B-Uhren is an abbreviation of Beobachtungsuhren, literally: observation watches.

On 1 April 1944, as a result of an error, Schaffhausen was bombed by the United States Army Air Forces. The watch factory was hit by a bomb which failed to detonate after crashing through the rafters. The flames from incendiaries exploding nearby penetrated the building through the broken windows but were extinguished by the company's own fire brigade. Nevertheless, Winston Churchill himself had a IWC pocket watch (as shown at IWC Museum, with a thanks note from him).

The company began keeping detailed records for each watch that has left the factory since 1885. Since 1885, details of the caliber, materials used and cases have been entered into the records. In the case of later models, these also include the reference number, delivery date and the name of the authorized dealer.

IWC Early Years – Premier Pocket Watches

From the beginning (since 1903), IWC lived up to its motto, “Probus Scafusia,” translated from Latin as “good, solid craftsmanship from Schaffhausen.”

Jones himself was a talented watch designer as well as a shrewd businessman.  His pocket watches sold well on the American market for both their cutting-edge mechanisms and fine finishing. Today, vintage IWC pocket watches are highly coveted as collector’s items.

In 1880, Jones sold IWC to the Rauschenbachs, a family of engine manufacturers, and returned to America. Afterwards, IWC continued to thrive and remained in the Rauschenbach family for four generations. Under Rauschenbach leadership, IWC produced many innovative pocket watches. For instance, in 1885, IWC was the first to release pocket watches with digital hours and minutes displays.






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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