Iwc Mark Xi

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    Iwc Mark Xi

    Hello, I have a MARK XI (6B/346 - 285/50), got that about 20 years ago in Hamburg/Germany, and was wondering if anyone knows what the value is now for this piece. Any input would be appreciated!
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    Hendrik

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    Re: Iwc Mark Xi

    Hi -

    Welcome to WUS and the Forum.

    Please take a moment to read the sticky message about watch valuations on this forum.

    We do not do such: it would not be fair to you to do so.

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    Re: Iwc Mark Xi

    Hi Elfeleven! The value is what somebody else is prepared to pay. Usually less than we think. Can you please post a picture- would be nice to see it! Greetings

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    Re: Iwc Mark Xi

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnF View Post
    Hi -

    Welcome to WUS and the Forum.

    Please take a moment to read the sticky message about watch valuations on this forum.

    We do not do such: it would not be fair to you to do so.

    Best regards

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    I understand....thanks John

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    Re: Iwc Mark Xi

    Quote Originally Posted by Janne View Post
    Hi Elfeleven! The value is what somebody else is prepared to pay. Usually less than we think. Can you please post a picture- would be nice to see it! Greetings
    Hi Janne, Sorry for the wait. I had to have it opened up. I only have the
    opened back side for now...the front side (on my other computer) will come on the weekend. (the wristband is not original as you can see)

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    Re: Iwc Mark Xi

    Looks very nice and clean, beautyful movement. And the "inside cover" is left! Looking forward to enjoy the picture of the front! And you should post in the Military forum!
    Last edited by Janne; February 9th, 2008 at 03:30. Reason: :)

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    Re: Iwc Mark Xi

    Looking forward to seeing your pic of the face. Is the watch in working condition? I also have a Mark XI and if you want some websites on the history of the Mark XI, PM me and I will forward. Mine unfortunately isn't working and the cost of repair (last year) was 1,000 euro or $1600 AUD. I have been thinking of mailing it directly IWC Schaffhausen for a repair quote. The company I took it to for repair sent it to IWC Schaffhausen and I think took the opportunity to add a sound premium for their efforts.
    Omega PO 45.5mm, Omega Speedmaster 42mm (50th), Omega SMP 42mm, Omega Deville ('67), IWC Mark XI

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    Re: Iwc Mark Xi

    Here a picture of the face (Note: I did use a tripod when I took that picture). It's fully working and keeping time very
    well. As you can see it has the hooked "7". Ohms: A lot of money for a repair but for a very nice watch I think. Janne, thnks for the tip - i'll post in the
    Military forum as well.

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    Iwc Mark XI

    I would like to put a year to this Mark XI - 1957?



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    Re: Iwc Mark XI

    I'm sorry but even with enlargement I can't read what is engraved on the back let alone try to get a calibre/serial number off the movement. Maybe someone more familiar can date it from the more general outlines.
    "Forever is composed of nows." - Emily Dickinson

    "The watch has to be surrounded by a history.
    You need more than just a great design. You need to create an atmosphere around the product.
    Who is the company behind it? Why are they using this material?
    People need to be able to identify the watch with themselves. It's based on emotion." - Ralph Furter

    ...that's just my opinion and I've been wrong before and will be again and might be now!

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