IWC Vintage Türler Dial CAL 8541

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IWC Vintage Türler Dial CAL 8541

#1 Post by penzoStudio » Wed Jun 14, 2017 8:12 pm

IWC Cal. 8541 | Rare Türler Dial | Original mint condition

Price: $2950 call.text 786.316.2598 email website

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You are looking at one of the rarest examples of an IWC Caliber 8541. This watch is in pristine original condition. Featuring the rarest dial by Türler, who was a watch dealer in Zurich-Kloten International Airport in Switzerland, making this particular watch one of the rarest watch from IWC. Holding strong for over 50 years, a truly amazing piece of engineering. The sound of the movement is so unique and peculiar, you will know you have a vintage watch on by the sound it makes on your wrist. Happy Buying.


Pictures & videos can be seen for closer inspection, the watch is decades old, and is still in prestine condition, minimal scratches on acrylic and stainless steel case. The watch holds time accurately.


Designed by Albert Pellaton in 1950. The movement in this watch was the first watch made by IWC with an Automatic movement. Featuring a pawl-winding system that allows you to wind the watch without pulling the crown. To add, he also made it with a bidirectional rotation and applied a shock resistant for the rotor inside. This system has been proven to be almost bullet proof, well over engineered, and has passed the test of time. In addition to this particular watch it has a Türler dial, which was only available thru a dealership in Zurich, Switzerland International Airport in the 1960's.


Glass: Acrylic
Movement: Caliber 8541
Original crown with IWC fish logo
Original IWC buckle
Size: 36mm with crown
Strap: Nostime 19mm Blue Suede Strap


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