Antiquorum New York Auctioned a unique IWC Pilot’s Watch Spitfire Chronograph Edition especially made for “Tribeca Flilm Festival 2014”. The unique timepiece was auctioned April 9th at the Antiquorum’s Madison Avenue Showroom where it received a winning bid of $55,000.
The winning bidder will receive not only the amazing IWC Pilot’s Spitfire Chronograph Edition Tribeca Film Festival 2014 timepiece but also:
- VIP access to the Tribeca Film Festival,
- Accommodation at a luxury hotel, and
- An invitation to IWC’s “For the Love of Cinema” private dinner
The Pilot’s Spitfire Chronograph Edition Tribeca Film Festival 2014 (Ref. IW387811) is a one of one timepiece valued at $25,000. Its unique features presented in a 43mm 18k red gold case complimented by a slate-colored dial which is contrasted by two bordeaux colored subdials, said to evoke the inspired images of the legendary red carpet of Hollywood. It houses IWC’s in-house self-winding Calibre 89365 movement and has a power reserve of 68 hours.
IWC Pilot’s Watch Spitfire Chronograph Edition “Tribeca Flilm Festival 2014” has the same color scheme that was found on the dial of last year’s IWC Portuguese Tribeca watch which fetched a winning bid of $60,000, again double its value.
The proceeds of the watch will be donated to the Tribeca Film Institute and the IWC Filmmaker Award, a grant dedicated to the next upcoming generation of filmmakers. Last year’s inspiring film winner was Jeff Malmberg for his documentary “Teatro”. Malberg will be present at this year’s “For the Love of Cinema” private dinner where he will share the progress of his documentary “Teatro”.
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