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LADY'S WRISTWATCH, JAEGER LECOULTRE, 1970S

Estimate:

5,000 to - 7,000 GBP

Property of a Lady

LADY'S WRISTWATCH, JAEGER LECOULTRE, 1970S

LADY'S WRISTWATCH, JAEGER LECOULTRE, 1970S

Estimate:

5,000 to - 7,000 GBP

Lot sold:

6,250

GBP

Property of a Lady

LADY'S WRISTWATCH, JAEGER LECOULTRE, 1970S


Designed as a fancy link chain, the central link opening to reveal a circular silvered dial applied with Arabic numeral and baton indicators, length approximately 195mm, dial and movement signed Jaeger LeCoultre, case and bracelet numbered, Swiss assay mark and French maker's marks for Jaeger. 


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Please note that this watch was not tested for the accuracy of time or duration of the power reserve and may need service at the buyer's discretion. Please note that Sotheby's does not guarantee the future working of the movement.


Manual winding movement, running at the time of cataloguing, signed Jaeger LeCoultre, stamped Swiss and Fab Suisse (Fabriqué en Suisse). Interior of watch back with Swiss assay mark for 18 carat gold, mark LC with pine tree and numbered 3, engraved number 48234. End of bracelet and arched cover of watch face stamped 0.750 for 18 carat gold, stamped with French maker's mark EJ with hourglass for Jaeger. End of bracelet numbered 789, reverse of watch case indistinctly numbered. Links well-articulated, clasp secure. Overall in good condition. gross weight approximately 108 grams.


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