Philadelphia, PA, United States
The IWC Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar Chronograph watch, reference number 3750, belongs to the first series of perpetual calendar wristwatches that IWC introduced in 1985. This model is presented with a 39 mm case in 18K yellow gold that is mounted onto a black leather strap, secured on the wrist with a tang buckle. The watch is equipped with the 79261 movement that contains 39 jewels and works at a frequency of 3 Hz (21,600 vibrations per hour). The movement is wound automatically and builds up power reserve of 44 hours. The white dial features the following functions: hours, minutes, small seconds, chronograph, perpetual calendar with day, date, month and year indications, and moon phase indicator.
This timepiece is offered in a pre-owned condition and includes a gift box.