Handwound steel case.
A wristwatch by Jaeger-LeCoultre from 1943 with stainless steel case.
Calibre 469 movement.
Case number 416383
Movement number 501320
This watch is in perfect condition and runs and holds the time exceptionally well.
It has a silvered face with luminous hands and numerals.
There is a small second by the 6.
The movement is clean and tidy.
Included is a "Stambuchauszug"
The invoice and the correspondence related to the application for the stambuchauszug from Jaeger-LeCoultre are included, as well as the actual stambuchauszug (certificate of authenticity) from Jaeger-leCoultre.
The application for the stambuchauszug was made in 2006.
Furthermore, there is a sales case and a Jaeger-leCoultre carry bag also included.
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Hello, I bought this item on behalf of a friend and he is delighted with his purchase. I am, at present, in the process of writing to Zeiss Germany to see if they can service/repair the binoculars.
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