Jaeger LeCoultre

JAEGER LE COULTRE

Ref. 2648.42
WOT ID: 22832

Ref. 2648.42, Very rare Jaeger Lecoultre 2648.42 chronograph with Valjoux 72, steel, manual wind, chronograph, 1970

JAEGER LE COULTRE

WOT ID: 28113

yellow-gold, manual wind, 1960

JAEGER LECOULTRE

WOT ID: 6947

Nice classical full calendar, pink-gold, manual wind, very nice original condition, ca. 1950

JAEGER LE COULTRE

WOT ID: 13749

Very nice table clock, brass, gold-plated case, manual wind,

LE COULTRE / VACHERON

WOT ID: 15860

Mysterieuse
Vacheron Constantin / LeCoultre Watches, white-gold, manual wind, diamond dial, ca. 1950

LE COULTRE / VACHERON CON.

WOT ID: 16106

Mysterieuse
Vacheron Constantin / LeCoultre Watches, white-gold, manual wind, diamond dial, very nice original condition, ca. 1950

LE COULTRE / VACHERON CON.

WOT ID: 19981

Mysterieuse
Vacheron Constantin / LeCoultre Watches, white-gold, manual wind, diamond dial, very nice original condition, ca. 1950

JAEGER LECOULTRE

WOT ID: 24784

Cocktail watch, white-gold, diamond bezel, manual wind,

JAEGER LE COULTRE

WOT ID: 22913

Memovox, Master Réveil 1000 Hours
, pink-gold, Alarm, box and paper, very nice original condition, 1997

JAEGER LE COULTRE

WOT ID: 18641

Memovox, HPG, steel, Alarm, very nice original condition, 1970

JAEGER LE COULTRE

Ref. 876
WOT ID: 18756

Memovox, Ref. 876, steel, Alarm, 1970

JAEGER LECOULTRE

Ref. 875.21
WOT ID: 20829

Memovox, Ref. 875.21, yellow-gold, Alarm, 1970

JAEGER LE COULTRE

WOT ID: 21965

Memovox, Speed Beat, steel, Alarm, 1970

JAEGER LECOULTRE

Ref. E 856
WOT ID: 22625

Memovox, Ref. E 856, yellow-gold, manual wind, Alarm, 1960

JAEGER LE COULTRE

WOT ID: 27279

Memovox, steel, Alarm, 1960

About Jaeger LeCoultre watches
The timepieces manufacture Jaeger LeCoultre was established in 1833 in the Swiss canton Waadt by the brothers Charles-Antoine and Francois-Ulysse LeCoultre. Due to a close collaboration with the Paris watchmaker Edmond Jaeger, both businesses were fused in 1937 under the name Jaeger LeCoultre. Today, JLC is part of the Richemont group. In 1844 LeCoultre developed the Millionometre, an instrument to measure micrometre distances. On the Great Exhibition 1851 LeCoultre was awarded several gold medals for his various new developments in the field of mechanisation and precision. Up until the end of the 19th century, the company produced more than 350 different movements.
From 1902 LeCoultre provided Patek Philippe with movement blanks. JLC also produced movements with small complications in small numbers. In 2004 the first watch with a large complication and a gimballed Tourbillon was introduced to the market. The models Master Tourbillon and Reverso Gyrotourbillon 2 won first prizes in a competition for chronometry in LeLocle. The model Hybris Mechanica á Grande Sonnerie possesses 26 complications and 1300 individual components and is thus the most complicated watch in the world.