Unique IWC Big Pilot’s Perpetual Calendar Edition “Le Petit Prince” in platinum to be sold for charity Replica Watches Online Safe

Production of those now-legendary Iwc Pilot’s Watch Worldtimer Review Replica Mark 11, with Caliber 89, began in 1948. In November 1949 the opinion was supplied to airborne personnel of the RAF and other Commonwealth nations and remained in service before 1981.Forty-eight years following the mythical Mark 11 was launched, IWC built on its Pilot’s Watch tradition with the launch of the IWC Pilot’s Watch Chronograph (Ref. IW3740). In 1994, IWC found another Pilot’s Watch Chronograph (Ref. 3705), intended for contemporary aviation and armed forces with a situation made from high-tech zirconium oxide ceramic — a material as hard as sapphire and virtually indestructible. Its movement is caliber 7922. Also in 1994, the Pilot’s Watch Mark XII (Ref. This choice gave anglers, who could no longer obtain any originals available on the market, a opportunity to own a modern variant of the legendary timepiece. Though the design of this watch has been heavily inspired by its predecessor, its equipment — such as an automated movement (Caliber A8842), a screw-in crown, a date display and a convex sapphire glass — was quite contemporary.In 1998, IWC introduced the Pilot’s Watch UTC (Ref. IW3251) as a useful tool for regular travelers in an increasingly globalized world.

A unique Iwc Pilot Watch Miramar Replica Big Pilot’s Perpetual Calendar Edition “Le Petit Prince” will be sold by Sotheby’s in Geneva, with going to funding construction of a school in Cambodia.

IWC has created a one-of-a-kind Big Pilot’s Perpetual Calendar Edition “Le Petit Prince” in platinum for charity. The regular version of this watch is available in rose gold as a limited edition. The Big Pilot’s Perpetual Calendar Edition “Le Petit Prince” was created to mark the 70th anniversary of “The Little Prince”, the tale penned by author and aviator Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.  It has a midnight blue dial with a classic moon phase display in an aperture, the first time IWC has used this for a pilot’s watch. The movement inside is the automatic cal. 5000 seven day power reserve that is arguably IWC’s most accomplished calibre. Its rotor is set with a solid gold medallion depicting Saint-Exupéry character from the novel and engraved with “Unique Piece”.

Along with the watch, the auction lot includes a limited edition reprint of the first English edition of “The Little Prince”, as well as a reproduction of the original French manuscript.

The special edition books

This unique platinum version of the watch will be sold by Sotheby’s at its auction in Geneva on 12 November 2013. The suggested retail price is SFr78,000 (~US$86,900). All proceeds from the sale of this timepiece will fund the construction of a school with a library in Cambodia. – SJX

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