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LeCoultre Art Deco de 1940s

LeCoultre Art Deco de 1940s

Regular price $1,388.83 USD
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LeCoultre is a fairly old company that Antoine LeCoultre started in 1833. In 1903, they formed a working relationship with the Parisian firm Edmond Jaeger. In the late 1930s, Jaeger and LeCoultre formally merged to form JLC as we know it now. From this point on, watches produced were sold under two names, Jaeger Le-Coultre for the European market and LeCoultre for the American market. But both brands used the same calibers and cases. The purpose of distributing their watches under two names was a legal strategy. Although it should be noted that LeCoultre is the older of the two companies and the oldest pocket watches are all LeCoultre & Co. pieces.

The watch we have here is special for two reasons: first, its beautiful blood-red dial, which is extremely rare as in the 1940s watches were limited to basic color tones. The second reason why this watch is a rarity is due to its Roman numerals and enameled diamonds on the watch bezel, an exquisite detail worthy of a Cartier or Patek Philippe watch from the time.

Brand: Le Coultre
Model: Six Diamond
Reference: 7527
Year of Manufacture: 1940s
Serial Number: 642265
Material: Gold Filled 10k
Dimensions: 24x33mm
Crystal Material: Plexiglass
Luminous Material: No
Caliber: cal.K818/1CW
Movement Type: Manual Wind
Strap Size: 16mm
Strap: American Crocodile Skin
Box/Papers: Guarantee of Authenticity
Mechanical Functionality Warranty: 6 Months

Comments: Small scratches on the crystal

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