Cal. 82 movement.
Cal. 82 movement.
Last edited by strap & buckle fan; 10-20-2011 at 04:34 AM.
May add a photo of my caliber 82 in an 18K Cressarrow case to these other fine examples?
Not sure if there ever was an 82? I need to reseach more about this one.
Last edited by strap & buckle fan; 09-26-2011 at 06:48 PM.
No, I had it on pretty good authority that mine is a Cal.82. There were only about 2400 made between 1919 and 1928.
86 is about 23mm..........A 62 is newer and looks different and is marked. 83 looks like a lot like an 86 but does not have the screw in center chaton. A 94 looks an 86 but is only about 19mm in diameter. What is the diameter of your case?
Thanks Jerry please check again.
Last edited by strap & buckle fan; 09-26-2011 at 06:47 PM.
Look at my Tiffany I posted..........it is an 86 with the serial number almost the same as yours.
Hmmm... they do look the same. Maybe because yours is also a calibre 82. The calibre 82 definitely was made and has been discussed on the IWC forums. As I understand it was a predecessor to the cal.83. Mine was identified for me by experts at the IWC forums. The details of this calibre and the serial numbers assigned are discussed on this page -
IWC Schaffhausen | Fine Timepieces From Switzerland | Forum | More on the rare Calibre 82
From this I see that mine is actually a cal.82N, one of only 600. I do not know what the N stands for.
Interesting, I need to look at the dial side now........your case must be larger then mine if this movement is 27mm. My Tiffany case is 28.83
Your is SN 755830 and mine is SN 754914 We might be the only ones who really care (LOL) The other 18K in the Tonneau case I show might also be an 82? Will check the SN and measure it.
Last edited by strap & buckle fan; 09-26-2011 at 06:46 AM.
OK checked again.........My Tonneau is about 19mm so it must be a Cal. 94 SN 855788 I will change that one.
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