1998 IWC Mark XII ref. 3241 w/ Extract

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What We Fancy

In 1993, IWC launched the Mk XII and made some modern updates to one of the most classic and iconic military pilot watches ever. The iconic Mark XI was offered to military personnel from 1948 to the early 1980s. This example we have here dates to 1998 and is in stunning all original condition with perfectly matching creamy tritium lume, clean dial, serviced movement, and an Extract from the Archives.

Brand: International Watch Co.

Model: Mark XII reference 3241

Case: 36mm wide (excluding crown), 44mm tall, 10mm thick, all stainless steel, screw-down case back, signed screw-down crown, sapphire crystal, serial 265xxxx

Movement: IWC cal. 884, automatic, recently serviced

Bracelet/ Strap: Original signed steel bracelet w/ butterfly clasp, extra links included, (any strap from our Accessories Shop of your choosing), 19mm lug width, 6” - 8” wrist

Features: Matte black dial, white Arabic numerals, perfectly matching creamy yellow tritium lume, quickset date, screw-down case back, screw-down crown, sapphire crystal, extract from archives, circa 1998

Box & Papers: Yes, inner/ outer box, Extract from Archives

Condition: In very good all original condition. The dial is perfect with no defects. The original tritium lume is perfectly matching in color. The case original finishing is still present with no signs of any heavy polishing. No major scratches or dents. The bracelet is very good with minimal stretch and can be worn daily.

Backed by our one-year repair warranty. To trade in your watch towards this purchase or to make arrangements for purchase via wire, check/ cash to save on fees, please send us a message or email. Accompanied by a free Suede Travel Pouch.