Royal Coin Watches Gent - Willem III - Black
The Royal Coin Watches Collection is an elegant series, limited and numbered edition of 300 pieces in the World (Willem III, Juliana, Wilhelmina) and 1973 pieces in the World (Netherland Shield), for Him and for Her characterized by an authentic Silver Coin inside the dial. Swiss Quartz Movement (Ronda, cal. 762-AG.5 in-house elaborated) and Sapphire Crystal glass with anti-reflective coating, a case diameter 43 mm. A beautiful genuine italian leather strap with standard buckle with tongue. Water resistant 5 atm (50 m).
Willem III — 2,5 Gulden, 1850-1874, 25 gr., 945/1000 Zilver, 38 mm, Utrecht, Mercuriusstaf, H.A. vd. Wall Bake, 1846-1847, Zwaard, J.P. Schouberg;
Juliana — 2,5 Gulden, 1973, 25 gr., Zilver 720/1000, 38 mm, Utrecht, Mercuriusstaf, Dr. Ir. M.vd.Brandhof, 1969-1979, Haan, Mw. C.E. Bruyn-van Rood;
Wilhelmina — 2,5 Gulden, 1933, 25 gr., Zilver 720/1000, 38 mm, Utrecht, Mercuriusstaf, Dr. C. Hoisema, 1909-1933, Zweepaardje, J.C. Wieneeke;
Nederlands Schild Wapen — 10 Gulden, 1973, 25 gr., Zilver 720/1000, 38 mm, Utrecht, Mercuriusstaf, Dr. Ir. M.. vd. Brandhof, 1969-1979, Haan, M.w. C. E. Bruyn-van Rood.
Notice — the possible imperfection of the coin must not be considered as a defect, but rather as a quality and a particularity of each individual watch. We remind you that the coins are authentic and do not undergo particular treatments during the assembly phase.
Founded in 1897 by Sir Giovanni Ceccacci the Ceccacci Watches Company represents one of the oldest watchmaking activities in Italy, one of the most prestigious in the landscape of Haute Horlogerie. Ceccacci Watches produces high luxury watches; all our watches are Made in Italy with Italian materials and mechanical or quartz Swiss movements, assembled in our workshops in Italy. Unique designs, high quality materials, Italian luxury style: these are the key features of the Ceccacci watches.
All watches have a 24 Months International Warranty.
The Italian Government recognised the Ceccacci Watches Company the status of "Italian Historical Company."