Iwc Will Auction Large Pilot Special Edition Platinum Watch
Sotheby’s will hold an auction of ‘Important Watches’ in Geneva on May 9, 2010, at which time the only special edition of the world’s only large pilot ‘Saint Exupery’ will be sold Platinum watch. This is a masterpiece of Swiss-made pilot watches, with outstanding appearance and performance. The eye-catching design is also elegant and elegant, the high-quality platinum case with a smoky brown dial and the military pilot engraving of Saint Exupery. Classic functions and sophisticated machinery make a unique watch. IWC’s 51111 movement, Pellaton automatic winding device, seven-day power reserve, power reserve display, Breguet hairspring and date display, etc., all make it Stands out in the same class of timepieces, and its distinguished status is also reflected in the auction reserve price. The auction will be held at the Hotel Beau Rivage in Geneva on May 9th, when the special pilot Platinum Edition Saint Saint-Exupery will be accompanied by Nathalie des Valli & eacute ; res) A special edition of the biography of St. Exupery’s ‘Angels and Writers’ was sold with a base price of 50,000 Swiss francs. IWC watches donate the entire proceeds of the auction to the French World Organization for Children’s Human Rights (EMDH), which works to protect children and their rights around the world. IWC supports their project in Madagascar in particular. The World Organization for Children’s Human Rights has worked with local partners to assist unfortunate children since 1994.
致 Tribute to Saint Exupery
IWC Antoine in honor of a generation of pilots and humanitarians. The fourth Pilot’s Special Edition watch from Antoine de Saint Exup & eacute; ry completes this unique watch collection. Each of the three special editions launched earlier is related to one of St. Exupery’s novels about flying, and the fourth pays tribute to the full collection of his works. Saint Exupery was born in Lyon, France on June 29, 1900. He was 44 years old when he crashed into the sea during a military reconnaissance mission in southern France. IWC President Joachis expressed his great anticipation for the auction: ‘St. Exupery’s work reflects the true spirit of piloting, and now pays tribute to all his handed down works and writes the perfect ending for our Tribute Four Chapter. Whoever wins this world-renowned watch will not only get the extraordinary honor that the watch brings, but also help children in need in Madagascar and bring them more opportunities for development. ‘
IWC and Saint Exupery
Swiss watchmaker IWC Schaffhausen and Soci & eacute; t & eacute; Civile pour l & rsquo;? Uvre et la M & eacute; moire d & rsquo; Antoine de Saint Exup & eacute; ry) concluded in 2005 partner,
The two parties have jointly launched a number of cooperation plans. The special edition watch in honor of Saint Exupery was first launched in 2006. The pilot series began with automatic pilot chronograph watches. In 2007, there were pilot automatic watches. In 2008, the series continued with Universal Time watches. . Every time the auction proceeds are used, IWC will discuss with the Saint Exupery Civil Society to ensure that the purpose of donations reflects the values that Saint Exupery had adhered to during his lifetime.
Bright prospects brought by the World’s Children’s Human Rights Organization
的 Proceeds from this auction will be donated to the French World Organization for Children’s Human Rights (EMDH), which works to protect children and their rights around the world. Since its establishment more than two decades ago, the organization has put into practice the provisions and principles of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child in many countries. IWC will donate the proceeds of this auction to help the unfortunate children of the African island country Madagascar and bring them more development opportunities. Madagascar has 70% of the population living below the poverty line, and more than half of families and children fail to afford medical services provided by doctors or hospitals. The World Children’s Human Rights Organization’s main work in the local area includes education, health care, social services and other projects. It aims to prevent child labor and the exploitation of children.