Complete novice here, so bear with me!
About 30 years ago I bought this watch that claims to be an old IWC from the
1920's (?) I'd paid little attention to it till recently, and wondered if the
experts here can help a bit:
I believe it might largely be a 1920's IWC, with the 'S&Co' and 'Peereless'
movement in there - Caliber 64, if my google skills are working. Case says its
9ct gold, and is a double backed 'Hunter' type (right?) Has the 'CN' mark in
there, apprently correct for this vintage IWC watch.
Dial looks too clean to me, but then... I see some of the old enamel dials of
this period, and they can be surprisingly clean. I still suspect a redial, but
have not removed the movement to see the back etc.
The back is engraved for Crockers, which is a very large olde-worlde pub in
London (still going!).
This is outside of my wheelhouse - I'm into 40s/50s military IWC. But
somehow... a smart flea market trader talked me into buying this!
Any thoughts/ advice/ input? Thanks!